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Cruise Ships With Possible COVID-19 Cases Have No Places To Dock

NPR Tuesday, 31 March 2020
A cruise ship with dozens of sick passengers is steaming towards south Florida, where local officials don't want it to dock. It's one of several ships with nowhere to go.
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News video: San Diego stops cruise ships from dropping off passengers during COVID-19 pandemic

San Diego stops cruise ships from dropping off passengers during COVID-19 pandemic 01:25

San Diego County leaders issued two health orders Monday, preventing cruise ships from disembarking passengers.

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