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Dominican Republic turns away cruise ship over coronavirus fears

Reuters Thursday, 27 February 2020
Port authorities in the Dominican Republic on Thursday turned away a cruise ship on a tour of the Caribbean and Central America over fears some passengers might have the coronavirus.
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