Cruise Company's Frist Trip Forced to Return to Port in Alaska Days After Launching Due to COVID-19 Case: Fox News
Yet another cruise was recently interrupted by the coronavirus.
Only several days after launching its first cruise since the pandemic began, an American-based cruise company is ending the trip early. The decision was made after a passenger on the boat was notified of a positive result on a COVID-19 test. UnCruise Adventures released a statement on Tuesday announcing that the Wilderness Adventurer would be docking at a port in Juneau, Alaska. Passengers on the boat would be taken to a hotel on Wednesday where they will quarantine, according to the company’s contingency plan, which was approved by the state of Alaska.