After the second COVID19 incident involving a cruise ship with thousands of passengers cruise lines have announced new boarding procedures for their sailings to protect passengers and crew.
The discovery that a Grand Princess passenger apparently boarded the ship with an infection and then spreading the disease to other passengers onboard the ship that is currently in limbo off the California coast has lead to an overhaul of cruise boarding procedures as announced today.
USA Today reported that a meeting has taken place between the U.S. Government and cruise line management to lay out new policies.
Cruise companies will change how they board passengers after Princess Cruises said Saturday that a California man who died on Wednesday was likely infected with the coronavirus before he boarded the Grand Princess last month.
… The Grand Princess is the second Princess Cruises ship in recent weeks to be put in limbo due to the coronavirus.

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