Spectrum of the Seas passengers wait to get tested after their trip was cut short by a day over a feared Covid-19 cluster. Photo: Sam Tsang
Spectrum of the Seas passengers wait to get tested after their trip was cut short by a day over a feared Covid-19 cluster. Photo: Sam Tsang

Coronavirus: Hong Kong suspends ‘cruises to nowhere’ for 2 weeks after ship ordered to cut sailing short for emergency passenger testing

  • Spectrum of the Seas returns a day early so thousands of passengers and staff on board can undergo screening
  • Passengers disappointed over sudden end to trip, with some blaming aircrew earlier found to have breached isolation rules for Hong Kong’s declining Covid-19 situation

Spectrum of the Seas passengers wait to get tested after their trip was cut short by a day over a feared Covid-19 cluster. Photo: Sam Tsang
Spectrum of the Seas passengers wait to get tested after their trip was cut short by a day over a feared Covid-19 cluster. Photo: Sam Tsang
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