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Westerdam passenger infected with coronavirus: What we know and what we don't

WorldNews Tuesday, 18 February 2020
Westerdam passenger infected with coronavirus: What we know and what we don'tHong Kong (CNN)The Westerdam cruise ship was supposed to have been the lucky one. After being stuck at sea for days, when Japan, the Philippines and Thailand turned it away over concerns it had passengers who could have been infected with the novel coronavirus, on Friday, the Southeast Asian nation of Cambodia finally allowed the Westerdam to dock. Passengers met with Cambodian Prime Minister, Hun Sen, as they left the ship. The cruise operator said no cases of the virus had been found on board. The situation contrasted sharply with ongoing crisis on board the Diamond Princess, which was found to have hundreds of infected passengers while in quarantine off the coast of Yokohama in Japan. US...
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