After a week-long Odyssey at sea, the two cruise ships Zaandam and Rotterdam have received a landing permission. On Thursday they were close to the city of Fort Lauderdale in the U.S. state of Florida. There, the passengers aboard are allowed to go back to their home countries fly. 45 passengers, who are suffering from the lung disease Covid-19, must remain on Board. Ten passengers, it is so bad that you need to be admitted to hospital. The Zaandam was started almost a month ago in Argentina. Shortly thereafter, the Coronavirus spread. Four people have already died on Board the ship. The Governor of Florida wanted to leave the ship first, not create. He said the hospital beds were scarce. Residents from the state are welcome, most of the passengers were non-US-Americans.
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