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Coronavirus-hit British cruise ship finds refuge in Cuba

Reuters Monday, 16 March 2020
Coronavirus-hit British cruise ship finds refuge in CubaA British cruise ship that was turned away from several ports in the Caribbean after five passengers were confirmed to have the new coronavirus is setting sail to Cuba which is allowing it to dock, its owner Fred Olsen Cruise Lines wrote in a statement.
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