(USA TODAY) The more than 3,500 people on Princess Cruises' Grand Princess remained in limbo Saturday morning as they awaited further information on when and where the cruise ship will dock, after 21 people aboard tested positive for coronavirus.
In California, state authorities were working with federal officials around-the-clock to bring the ship to a non-commercial port over the weekend and test everyone for the virus. There was no immediate word on where the vessel will dock.
Passengers on the ship said Friday night that the captain has notified them they are moving to a location 20 miles off the coast for easier delivery of supplies. The captain said a guest requires medical attention and may be airlifted out, the passengers said, the Associated Press and KCRA 3, a Sacramento based television station.
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