Cunard cruise lines, Queen Elizabeth, is the third norovirus outbreak in March
At least 84 passengers were stricken with norovirus during a 36 day cruise to the South Pacific on Cunard’s Queen Elizabeth, according to a KTLA.com report Tuesday.
Cunard, the cruise ship line says only 4% of the more than 1900 passengers were sickened.
A third outbreak in March, on Princess Cruises’ Ruby Princess, affected over six percent of passengers and crew — or 276 out of a total ship population of 4,300 — on a 7-night Caribbean cruise.
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