Norway Clears AIDA Cruises Passengers After Two Tested Negative for COVID-19

   March 4, 2020 ,   Accidents

Passengers on an AIDA Cruises liner berthed in southern Norway were cleared out of a 24-hour quarantine after two of them tested negative for Coronavirus (COVID-19), Norwegian officials announced on Tuesday, March 3.

On Monday, officials in Haugesund learned that 2 passengers on AIDAaura had contact with someone a week ago who tested positive for Coronavirus. The infected was not among the ~1200 passengers on AIDAaura. The two cruisers were disembarked and tested for COVID-19 while the other remained blocked on the ship.

AIDAaura cruise ship

Teis Qvale, a doctor with Haugesund municipality, said there was no need to keep the cruise passengers in quarantine. AIDAaura was scheduled to leave Haugesund on Monday.

For other AIDAaura accidents and incidents see at the ship's CruiseMinus page.

For Coronavirus updates on cruise ship quarantines (infected passengers and crew) and top-pandemic countries (COVID-19 cases and deaths, daily updated statistics) see at CruiseMapper's Norovirus page.

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