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More than 80 passengers on board Greg Mortimer cruise ship test positive for COVID-19

The Age Monday, 6 April 2020
The path for repatriation of 90 Australians on the cruise ship stranded off Uruguay remains unclear after all 216 passengers and crew were tested for COVID-19. 
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