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Americans on Grand Princess cruise to be tested for virus closer to homes

Reuters Sunday, 8 March 2020
U.S. passengers on the cruise ship Grand Princess, which had been barred from docking in California because of suspected cases of the new coronavirus on board, will be rushed to at least one quarantine center closer to home for testing, Georgia Governor Brian Kemp said on Sunday.
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