The link connects to an interview of Richard Fain, CEO of RCL. I've seen elements of this in 2 interviews, both "not our fault" - points to hold-ups by US and international health organizations in setting the new "standards" for cruising. Personal opinion, after working for the USG for many years; if you are waiting for a gov't organization to give you an answer (as he as stated in 2 interviews) (1) you won't be able to live with that answer, or (2) it will be so late as to adversely affect business operations.
As a customer and stockholder, I believe his story should be, "we are working with government organizations to jointly develop standards for restart of our industry" and we as an industry are working with our industry lobby Washington to ensure health organizations are reviewing our options and helping us to shape solutions to return to sailing before the end of this year."
There's an industry in peril. Leaders of that industry need to drive the company to develop the solutions then present to government organizations for approval. Don't wait for someone outside the industry to define the future of that industry.
Just my rant for today.