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Australian cruise ship with 800 covid cases docks in Sydney | Oneindia News *International

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Australian cruise ship with 800 covid cases docks in Sydney | Oneindia News *International

Australian cruise ship with 800 covid cases docks in Sydney | Oneindia News *International

A holiday cruise ship, The Majestic Princess, carrying about 800 passengers with Covid-19 has docked in Sydney, Australia.

State health authorities rated the outbreak’s risk level at “Tier 3”, indicating a high level of transmission.

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