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'Have a little compassion': Canadians on cruise ship with 4 dead still unsure how they'll get home

CBC.ca Monday, 30 March 2020
With a flu-like illness outbreak, four dead and confirmed cases of COVID-19, it's been a horrific week for the 1,243 passengers — including 247 Canadians — stuck aboard the Zaandam, a Holland America Line cruise ship that was sailing off the coast of Panama. Now, passengers can add more problems to the list.
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