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Voice of America 20 Dec 2019

Cruise Ships Collide in Mexico's Cozumel, Damaging Carnival Liner


Video posted on social media shows two cruise ships colliding next to a port in Mexico's island of Cozumel, Friday, December 20. The stern of Carnival Corporation's Carnival Glory was damaged.
There were no immediate reports of injuries, a spokeswoman said. (Reuters)

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.
‚ÄčThe Navy said the USS Farragut was operating in the North Arabian Sea on Thursday when it sounded warning blasts at a fast approaching Russian ship.
More than 3,000 people, including 428 Americans, are quarantined on a cruise ship near Japan after a passenger tested positive for coronavirus. A separate ship in Hong Kong is partially quarantined after crew members began showing symptoms.
The number of people infected with the Wuhan coronavirus aboard the Diamond Princess cruise ship quarantined off the coast of Japan has doubled in a single day to 135. One of the quarantined passengers explains how she and her family are passing the time while onboard.

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