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Cruise Ship to Dock in Cambodia After Being Stranded at Sea Over Coronavirus Fears

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Cruise Ship to Dock in Cambodia After Being Stranded at Sea Over Coronavirus Fears

Cruise Ship to Dock in Cambodia After Being Stranded at Sea Over Coronavirus Fears

The MS Westerdam has been stranded at sea since Feb.

6, when Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe denied its docking in the country over fear of COVID-19.

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