Cruise operator in talks with Mexico to allow ship to dock amid coronavirus fears
Wednesday, 26 February 2020
Global cruise operator MSC Cruises was negotiating with Mexican authorities on Wednesday to allow one of its vessels to dock in the Caribbean port of Cozumel, after Jamaica and Grand Cayman barred passengers from disembarking on fears of a coronavirus outbreak, a company spokesman said.
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