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CBS News 7 Feb 2020

Coronavirus prompts worries about international cruise ships


The U.S. in working to combat the spread of the coronavirus as a cruise ship with several potential patients aboard docks in New Jersey. CBS News medical contributor Dr. David Agus joined CBSN to explain how the virus is spreading and why people should be more concerned about the flu.

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Two cruise ships with sick passengers on board have docked in Florida after initially being turned away.
At least two of four people who died on board tested positive for the coronavirus and another 200 are showing influenza-like symptoms.
The cruise ship, Zaandam, and its sister vessel, Rotterdam, came ashore in Fort Lauderdale after days of frantic negotiations.
Al Jazeera's Andy Gallacher reports from Miami.

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