The MS Westerdam is docked in Sihanoukville, Cambodia. International health authorities scrambling to track passengers out of concern that their possible exposure to the virus would escalate the international spread of the new coronavirus. Photo: AP The MS Westerdam is docked in Sihanoukville, Cambodia. International health authorities scrambling to track passengers out of concern that their possible exposure to the virus would escalate the international spread of the new coronavirus. Photo: AP
The MS Westerdam is docked in Sihanoukville, Cambodia. International health authorities scrambling to track passengers out of concern that their possible exposure to the virus would escalate the international spread of the new coronavirus. Photo: AP

Coronavirus: fears rise as Westerdam cruise passengers return to US, Canada and Europe

  • Health authorities are scrambling to put in place measures to screen cruise passengers
  • Operator Holland America said no one on the ship was ill when it docked in Cambodia after being rejected by other countries

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
The MS Westerdam is docked in Sihanoukville, Cambodia. International health authorities scrambling to track passengers out of concern that their possible exposure to the virus would escalate the international spread of the new coronavirus. Photo: AP The MS Westerdam is docked in Sihanoukville, Cambodia. International health authorities scrambling to track passengers out of concern that their possible exposure to the virus would escalate the international spread of the new coronavirus. Photo: AP
The MS Westerdam is docked in Sihanoukville, Cambodia. International health authorities scrambling to track passengers out of concern that their possible exposure to the virus would escalate the international spread of the new coronavirus. Photo: AP
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