Seven people on SeaDream Caribbean Cruise have COVID-19 but passengers will be allowed to leave

At least seven passengers from the first cruise ship to set sail in the Caribbean since the start of the pandemic have tested positive for the coronavirus – but the captain of the SeaDream announced on Friday that anyone without COVID-19 could be free to leave the ship from Saturday.

Three of the 53 passengers on board told the Daily Beast that, moments after confirming the seventh diagnosis on Friday, the captain said negative passengers may be free to return home on Saturday. No details were given on when and how the passengers would disembark.

The COVID-positive group consists of five family members from the United States and a couple. While those infected are said to have mild symptoms, at least one has been taken to .

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