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Sky News:– A Caribbean cruise has been cut short after more than 300 people on board the ship began vomiting and suffering from diarrhoea. The Caribbean Princess was carrying more than 3,000 passengers and more than 1,100 crew members on a two-week trip that began on 2 February. But it has had to turn back to […]

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Press Release:- In light of the arrival of a cruiser who has been placed on medical quarantine; in keeping with the island’s national response protocols; whilst the necessary assessments are being undertaken (based on a press release from the Department of Health and Wellness- dated Feb 11, 2020) IGY Rodney Bay Marina would like to inform […]

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Barbados Today:– Barbados has denied entry to the cruise ship MV Caribbean Princess due to an outbreak of gastroenteritis on board. The ship, carrying in excess of 3,000 passengers and 1,000 crew, was scheduled to berth at the Bridgetown Port Sunday morning. Acting Chief Medical Officer, Dr Kenneth George, disclosed that the Ministry of Health and […]

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News 12 New Jersey:- A crew member aboard the Royal Caribbean Anthem of the Seas ship was found dead aboard the ship earlier this week, according to a Port Authority spokesperson. It comes as the CDC tests travelers from the ship for the deadly coronavirus, but the Port Authority and Royal Caribbean say the death is […]

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(CNN) – It was supposed to be the holiday of a lifetime. Instead, American couple Kent and Rebecca Frasure found themselves quarantined on a cruise ship, staring at ambulances lined up on land ready to receive the increasing toll of passengers diagnosed with a deadly virus. On Friday morning, Rebecca, 35, found out she had ...

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BBC News:– Another 41 people on a cruise ship off the coast of Japan have tested positive for the new coronavirus, bringing the total number of cases on board to 61. Some 3,700 people are on board the Diamond Princess, which is quarantined in Yokohama for at least two weeks. The checks began after an 80-year-old […]

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BBC News:– At least 10 people on board a cruise ship docked in the Japanese port of Yokohama have tested positive for coronavirus, health authorities said. Almost 300 of the 3,700 people on the Diamond Princess have been tested so far. The number of infected could rise. The checks began after an 80-year-old Hong Kong […]

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SNO – A port call by the cruise ship, Aida Perla to Roseau, has been cancelled by the government of Dominica. On Saturday the ship was denied entry in Saint Lucia after it was reported that several passengers were suffering from “upper respiratory tract infections.” The ship’s itinerary showed that it was expected to dock ...

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SNO – A cruise ship was not allowed into Saint Lucia on Saturday morning because there were cases of “upper respiratory tract infection” among passengers. The Aida Perla was expected to dock at Pointe Seraphine but it was not allowed to. At this point it is unknown how many passengers are suffering from the infection. ...

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