The Royal Caribbean cruise ship Quantum of the Seas is docked at the Marina Bay Cruise Centre in Singapore, after a passenger tested positive for Covid-19. Photo: EPA-EFE The Royal Caribbean cruise ship Quantum of the Seas is docked at the Marina Bay Cruise Centre in Singapore, after a passenger tested positive for Covid-19. Photo: EPA-EFE
The Royal Caribbean cruise ship Quantum of the Seas is docked at the Marina Bay Cruise Centre in Singapore, after a passenger tested positive for Covid-19. Photo: EPA-EFE
Singapore

Singapore ‘cruise to nowhere’ passengers disembark after coronavirus case

  • Royal Caribbean’s Quantum of the Seas was on a four-day cruise from Singapore. All passengers have been isolated as contact tracing continues
  • The cruises are a part of Singapore’s plans to revive its tourism industry that has been battered due to the pandemic

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The Royal Caribbean cruise ship Quantum of the Seas is docked at the Marina Bay Cruise Centre in Singapore, after a passenger tested positive for Covid-19. Photo: EPA-EFE The Royal Caribbean cruise ship Quantum of the Seas is docked at the Marina Bay Cruise Centre in Singapore, after a passenger tested positive for Covid-19. Photo: EPA-EFE
The Royal Caribbean cruise ship Quantum of the Seas is docked at the Marina Bay Cruise Centre in Singapore, after a passenger tested positive for Covid-19. Photo: EPA-EFE
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