The CDC is requiring U.S. cruise operators to test safety protocols on volunteer passengers.
Individual businesses and local governments can still set their own rules for whether masks are required.
U.S. cruise ships are one step closer to setting sail again.
But most major domestic airlines have already stopped blocking those seats.
According to the company, 75% of Americans have a Dollar General within 5 miles of their home.
The eviction moratorium remains in place until summer, and cruise ships won't sail from U.S. ports until at least late November.
The CDC's index weighs factors like a community’s poverty level, racial breakdown and housing.
The CDC says the moratorium is needed to help curb the spread of COVID-19. Some landlords say they may not be able to survive.