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Coronavirus Cruise Ship: First Groups Of Healthy Passengers Allowed Off Coral Princess

cbs4.com Monday, 6 April 2020
The first groups of healthy passengers stuck on the Coral Princess cruise ship at Port Miami have been allowed to disembark and go home.
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