REPORT: Coral Princess Docks in Miami With Two Dead, 12 Positive Coronavirus Cases Aboard

By  //  April 5, 2020

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cruise liner is carrying 1,898 passengers and crew

A Coral Princess cruise ship, which is currently dealing with an outbreak of coronavirus, has docked at Port Miami on Saturday morning. (Herr Spritz Twitter image)

(FOX 35) – A Coral Princess cruise ship, which is currently dealing with an outbreak of coronavirus, has docked at Port Miami on Saturday morning.

The cruise ship, which is carrying 1,898 people – 1,020 guests and 878 crew members – has recorded 12 positive cases of COVID-19 onboard, according to FOX News.

According to a news release, the cruise liner collected 13 test samples to Barbados on March 31 to see if they were positive for coronavirus.

Twelve of the 13 tested positive, including 7 guests and 5 crew members.

The Miami Herald reports that two people on board the ship have died.

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