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Coronavirus and cruises: Holland America ship to disembark in Cambodia after three denials

USATODAY.com Wednesday, 12 February 2020
Cambodia came to the rescue of Holland America's MS Westerdam on Wednesday, granting the ship permission to disembark at Sihanoukville on Thursday.
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Cruise Ship to Dock in Cambodia After Being Stranded at Sea Over Coronavirus Fears The MS Westerdam has been stranded at sea since Feb. 6, when Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe denied its docking in the country over fear of COVID-19. Despite repeatedly confirming that there were no cases of the...

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