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Passengers sue over coronavirus-hit Grand Princess cruise ship

Reuters Monday, 9 March 2020
A Florida couple who were passengers on the Grand Princess ocean liner linked to the coronavirus outbreak have sued the ship's owner for more than $1 million for putting the couple's health at risk, according to a lawsuit filed on Monday.
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News video: Passengers leave Grand Princess cruise ship after Covid-19 outbreak

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Passengers on board the beleaguered Grand Princess cruise ship have left the Covid-19-hit vessel for a period of recovery and quarantine on land.

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