Tests For Coronavirus Of Passengers And Crew Of SeaDream 1 Showed Negative Results
The SeaDream 1 cruise ship in Norway may continue its journey after tests for the coronavirus of its passengers and crew showed negative results, according to the administration of the city of Bude, off the coast of which the ship on Wednesday anchored for testing.
"We are glad that the tests of the passengers and crew were negative, now they can continue on their way," says the head of the administration, IDA Pinnered.
On Wednesday night, SeaDream 1, with 79 passengers and 85 crew members on board, anchored off the coast of Bude after the coronavirus was detected in a tourist from Denmark who was traveling on the ship at the beginning of the month. The tourist, as reported by the company that owns SeaDream 1, did not have symptoms of infection while on board. On August 2, he traveled from Tromso, Norway, to Denmark on the ship. There, according to the results of the test, he was found infected with a new coronavirus, and in a few days, he will pass a second test.