The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention established the Vessel Sanitation Program in the 1970s as a cooperative activity with the cruise ship industry. This 2011 operations manual offers guidelines for the development and implementation of comprehensive sanitation programs on cruise ships to minimize the risk for acute gastroenteritis.
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