Initial reports are out and it looks like we might be seeing the light at the end of this dark Covid tunnel.
Universal Orlando Resort and Sea World are looking at numbers in the black while Disney is expected to release their numbers later this week.
Meantime, the cruise industry is struggling to put it's economic recovery plan in place as it's hit with yet another roadblock.
Canada has now shut it's borders to all large ships until at least next year.
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Despite pictures showing the opposite to be true, Tampa's mayor said their Super Bowl mask policy was in place and and was effective at last weekend's events.
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