Guests hospitalised from Covid cruise ship

Friday, 01 Dec, 2022 0

Five Covid cruise ship guests were taken to hospital from a Covid-hit cruise ship as it docked in Melbourne.

The Grand Princess arrived in Melbourne after being denied docking at Newcastle.

The elderly Covid cruise ship guests are in hospital in a stable condition.

Princess Cruises has declined to say how many guests are infected.

“We too have been impacted by the current fourth wave being experienced across Australia,” a Princess spokesperson said.

“With Victoria recording 22,000 cases in the past week, every precaution is taken on board to keep our guests safe.”

Earlier this month Carnival Corp cruise brands, including Princess Cruises, reinstated mask wearing rules.



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