An unexpected emergency expert services van of the Japan Self-Protection Force drives absent from the Diamond Princess cruise ship, operated by Carnival Corp., sitting down docked in Yokohama, Japan, on Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2020.
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Carnival’s Princess Cruises announced Thursday it is suspending all functions for two months thanks to issues above the quickly spreading COVID-19 pandemic.
The announcement impacts the cruise line’s fleet of 18 ships and will affect voyages from March 12 to May well 10.
President of Princess Cruises Jan Swartz claimed the corporation is using the “bold action” to reassure stakeholders of its motivation to the well-remaining of its passengers.
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