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UPDATED: MS Braemar to dock in Cuba

MONDAY 6pm UPDATE: The MS Braemar, that was turned away from several Caribbean ports after passengers fell ill with novel coronavirus, is scheduled to dock in Cuba Tuesday after the island agreed to help transfer those aboard to planes bound for the United Kingdom.

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Cruise ship still waiting offshore

A CRUISE ship carrying passengers infected with the novel coronavirus has been anchored 25 miles south west of Freeport since Saturday. The Minnis administration said the Fred Olsen Cruises ship, which sails under the Bahamas flag, will not be allow

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Ministry of Transport reiterates that Braemar cruise ship will not be permitted to dock in The Bahamas

The Ministry of Transport has released the following statement regarding the MS Braemar cruise ship:

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VIRUS SHIP TOLD: YOU CAN’T LAND – Cruise liner with five infected not allowed to dock

THE Bahamas government said yesterday it will deny a ship registered under its flag permission to dock and disembark its passengers and crew in this country after five people on board tested positive for COVID-19.

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UPDATED: Cruise ship carrying persons with coronavirus 'will not be permitted to dock'

4.20pm UPDATE: Ministry of Transport has released the following statement on the Braemar cruise ship:


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