The 80,000-ton cruise ship Westerdam, which has been granted permission to dock in Cambodia, after being turned away by five countries. Photo: EPA-EFE The 80,000-ton cruise ship Westerdam, which has been granted permission to dock in Cambodia, after being turned away by five countries. Photo: EPA-EFE
The 80,000-ton cruise ship Westerdam, which has been granted permission to dock in Cambodia, after being turned away by five countries. Photo: EPA-EFE

Coronavirus: Westerdam cruise ship allowed to dock in Cambodia, after being stranded at sea

  • The Holland America cruise ship was turned away from Thailand, Japan, Taiwan, Guam and the Philippines
  • It will now dock in Sihanoukville and passengers will be allowed to disembark

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The 80,000-ton cruise ship Westerdam, which has been granted permission to dock in Cambodia, after being turned away by five countries. Photo: EPA-EFE The 80,000-ton cruise ship Westerdam, which has been granted permission to dock in Cambodia, after being turned away by five countries. Photo: EPA-EFE
The 80,000-ton cruise ship Westerdam, which has been granted permission to dock in Cambodia, after being turned away by five countries. Photo: EPA-EFE
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