Sihanoukville, Cambodia A woman looks at the MS Westerdam docked nearby in Sihanoukville. When this picture was taken on February 17, there were 233 passengers and 747 crew members on board; all were tested for the coronavirus before they were allowed to depart. The ship was eventually declared free of the virus and the passengers were flown to Phnom Penh. An elderly American woman was later thought to be infected, then cleared.Launch Slideshow 4 PHOTOS
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