Al Jazeera

Al Jazeera 14 Feb 2020

Cruise ship passengers in Cambodia clear of coronavirus


In Cambodia, it was all smiles as passengers disembarked from a cruise ship that had been turned away by four Asian governments over fears of an outbreak of the coronavirus.
There have been no confirmed cases among the more than 2,000 people on board the MS Westerdam.
Al Jazeera's Wayne Hay reports from the Sihanoukville port where the ship is docked.

In the United States, there are now at least 230 confirmed cases of coronavirus across 21 states. This comes as officials are testing cruise ship passengers stranded 70 miles off the coast of San Francisco. CBS News' Naomi Ruchim joined CBSN AM with more.
The second of two flights carrying Americans from a cruise ship quarantined in Japan due to the coronavirus landed in Texas, Monday, February 17.
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Cruise ship passengers are isolated after a former passenger dies from coronavirus.

The Grand Princess cruise ship docked at the Port of Oakland after being stranded for days off the coast of California by a coronavirus outbreak, Monday, March 9.
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