Global cruise operator MSC Cruises was negotiating with Mexican authorities on Wednesday to allow one of its vessels to dock in the Caribbean port of Cozumel, after Jamaica and Grand Cayman barred passengers from disembarking on fears of a coronavirus outbreak, a company spokesman said.
Mexican port authorities on Wednesday revoked permission for cruise ship MSC Meraviglia to disembark on the island of Cozumel over coronavirus fears, a port official said, after Jamaican and Grand Cayman authorities also said it could not stop.
A passenger cruise ship is headed for Mexico's port city of Cozumel after Jamaican and Grand Cayman authorities barred its passengers from disembarking due to fears of the fast-spreading coronavirus, ship operator MSC Cruises said on Wednesday.
A cruise ship carrying more than 4,500 passengers in the Caribbean became the latest to be turned away from ports amid fears of the coronavirus – this time in Jamaica and the Cayman Islands, according to a report. The MSC Meraviglia arrived in Ocho Rios, Jamaica, from Miami on Tuesday morning but local authorities said...
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