1. Two Grand Princess cruise passengers with coronavirus die; 103 have tested positive for COVID-19  USA TODAY
  2. 10 dead, over 800 test positive in coronavirus outbreaks on Princess cruises, CDC says  NBC News
  3. Finger-pointing over the Ruby Princess debacle won't help solve coronavirus crisis  The Guardian
  4. Traces of the coronavirus survived 17 days on surfaces of cruise ship  ABC News
  5. Carnival’s CEO says cruise ships aren’t riskier for getting sick. Public health experts tell a different story.  Washington Post
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Two passengers who had been on Princess Cruises' Grand Princess, which docked in California, have died due to complications from the coronavirus.Two passengers who had been on Princess Cruises' Grand Princess, which docked in California, have died due to complications from the coronavirus.

Coronavirus: Two Grand Princess cruise passengers with coronavirus die

Cruise ship passengers have been banned from disembarking in Sydney after thousands of potentially infected people were allowed to leave the Ruby Princess.Cruise ship passengers have been banned from disembarking in Sydney after thousands of potentially infected people were allowed to leave the Ruby Princess.

Cruise passengers banned from disembarking after Ruby Princess debacle saw infected allowed onshore | Daily Mail Online

Cabins on Diamond Princess harboured the RNA of coronavirus for up to 17 days after passengers left the ship in Yokohama, Japan.Cabins on Diamond Princess harboured the RNA of coronavirus for up to 17 days after passengers left the ship in Yokohama, Japan.

Coronavirus RNA survived in Diamond Princess cruise cabins for 17 days, CDC says | The Independent

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Finger-pointing over the Ruby Princess debacle won't help solve coronavirus crisis | Coronavirus outbreak | The Guardian

“Say it with me: *viral RNA doesn't necessarily mean live virus was present.* Now you're going to see "coronavirus can live on surfaces for 17 days!" over and over, but we don't know that based on this study and for those using live virus, it's much shorter. /7”

Dr. Tara C. Smith on Twitter: "Say it with me: *viral RNA doesn't necessarily mean live virus was present.* Now you're going to see "coronavirus can live on surfaces for 17 days!" over and over, but we don't know that based on this study and for those using live virus, it's much shorter. /7"

“Sailing by: the cruise ships that cannot find a port in the coronavirus storm https://t.co/HZw9TK2i9w”

Simon Calder on Twitter: "Sailing by: the cruise ships that cannot find a port in the coronavirus storm https://t.co/HZw9TK2i9w"

“The coronavirus era has had me write about movies (duh) but also books, travel, cruise ships (which I was dead-set against setting foot on before all this) and now dogs. https://t.co/SBJE6Y15kB”

Brian Truitt on Twitter: "The coronavirus era has had me write about movies (duh) but also books, travel, cruise ships (which I was dead-set against setting foot on before all this) and now dogs. https://t.co/SBJE6Y15kB"

“Just. Stop. Cruising 🚢 . Please! #coronavirus #COVID19 #cruise https://t.co/bMj29r6Na9”

Norman Hermant on Twitter: "Just. Stop. Cruising 🚢 . Please! #coronavirus #COVID19 #cruise https://t.co/bMj29r6Na9… "

By letting passengers on the Ruby Princess disembark in Sydney, Brad Hazzard was responsible for the largest single outbreak of the virus in Australia.By letting passengers on the Ruby Princess disembark in Sydney, Brad Hazzard was responsible for the largest single outbreak of the virus in Australia.

State and federal governments blame each other for quarantine lapses.State and federal governments blame each other for quarantine lapses.

Wagga coronavirus: cruise ship passengers arrived in Wagga, Riverina MP says | The Daily Advertiser | Wagga Wagga, NSW

The number of infected Ruby Princess passengers has risen to 133 and one death and no one wants to take responsibility. NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian yesterday laid the blame with the Border Force…

‘She’s the boss, the buck stops with her’: Ray calls for sackings over Ruby Princess

An analysis of the evacuated Diamond Princess cruise ship suggests that the virus can actually survive on surfaces for up to 17 days An analysis of the evacuated Diamond Princess cruise ship suggests that the virus can actually survive on surfaces for up to 17 days

Coronavirus can survive on surfaces for up to 17 days, experts warn - Mirror Online

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Back-to-back cruises are an enticing vacation option for travelers but suitcases aren't the only thing passengers may take with them on the next ship.Back-to-back cruises are an enticing vacation option for travelers but suitcases aren't the only thing passengers may take with them on the next ship.

Back-to-back cruises can make it harder to fight outbreaks - Business Insider

Greg Butler was rushed to hospital with COVID-19 within days of getting home to self-isolate after being allowed off the Ruby Princess cruise liner in Sydney, one of more than 130 passengers who tested positive in Australia's worst coronavirus outbreak. The 56-year-old Butler had been holidayingGreg Butler was rushed to hospital with COVID-19 within days of getting home to self-isolate after being allowed off the Ruby Princess cruise liner in Sydney, one of more than 130 passengers who tested positive in Australia's worst coronavirus outbreak. The 56-year-old Butler had been holidaying

Australian cruise becomes nation's worst coronavirus cluster

Arnold Donald, Carnival Corp.'s CEO, compared ships to Central Park, where "there's a lot of natural social distancing," in an interview with "Axios on HBO."Arnold Donald, Carnival Corp.'s CEO, compared ships to Central Park, where "there's a lot of natural social distancing," in an interview with "Axios on HBO."

Carnival’s CEO defends cruise ships amid coronavirus outbreak - The Washington Post

More than 800 people aboard two ships belonging to the cruise line company, Princess Cruises, tested positive for the coronavirus, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said in its weekly report.The CDC said cruise ships "are often settings for outbreaks of infectious diseases" and should be avoided during the pandemic.

CORONAVIRUS can survive on surfaces for more than two weeks, according to a new study.CORONAVIRUS can survive on surfaces for more than two weeks, according to a new study.

Coronavirus news: Terrifying study finds virus can live on surfaces for over TWO WEEKS | World | News | Express.co.uk