The MS Roald Amundsen ship, operated by Norway's Hurtigruten line, is seen at a port in Tromso after crew members and passengers were diagnosed with Covid-19. Photo: Reuters The MS Roald Amundsen ship, operated by Norway's Hurtigruten line, is seen at a port in Tromso after crew members and passengers were diagnosed with Covid-19. Photo: Reuters
The MS Roald Amundsen ship, operated by Norway's Hurtigruten line, is seen at a port in Tromso after crew members and passengers were diagnosed with Covid-19. Photo: Reuters

Coronavirus outbreak on Norway cruise ship sparks fears of wider spread as firm Hurtigruten halts ‘expedition’ voyages

  • Norwegian cruise line Hurtigruten said at least 41 passengers and crew on the MS Roald Amundsen have Covid-19 and hundreds are self-isolating
  • Norway is tightening the rules for cruise ships, amid fears the virus could have spread to dozens of towns and villages along its western coast

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
The MS Roald Amundsen ship, operated by Norway's Hurtigruten line, is seen at a port in Tromso after crew members and passengers were diagnosed with Covid-19. Photo: Reuters The MS Roald Amundsen ship, operated by Norway's Hurtigruten line, is seen at a port in Tromso after crew members and passengers were diagnosed with Covid-19. Photo: Reuters
The MS Roald Amundsen ship, operated by Norway's Hurtigruten line, is seen at a port in Tromso after crew members and passengers were diagnosed with Covid-19. Photo: Reuters
READ FULL ARTICLE