The cruise line has seen two of its ships report several confirmed cases of the COVID-19 virus since February.
Several major cruise lines—Royal Caribbean, Carnival, Celebrity Cruises and Crystal Cruises—have announced cancellations or changes to their itineraries for cruises in March and April.
More than half of those reported infected outside China were aboard the Diamond Princess cruise ship, which has been quarantined in Japan for over two weeks.
Authorities are scrambling to track the other passengers who were cleared for travel and allowed to disembark the MS Westerdam cruise ship after showing no signs of illness.
A Holland America Line cruise ship has been unable to dock for almost two weeks, despite having no reported cases of the virus.
Kenneth Ray Manzanares had been traveling with his wife and two children.
The ship will remain in quarantine for at least another two weeks, as required by the Japanese government.
Thousands of passengers and crew members on board the Diamond Princess cruise ship have been quarantined off the coast of Yokohama, near Tokyo, Japan.
Cruise liners saw at least 35 reports of sexual assault from July 1 to September 30.
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Cruise lines canceled and rerouted some cruise itineraries, but are nearly back to normal in time for the holiday season.
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