It was a typical day for the passengers aboard a cruise ship that had just arrived in Miami when they noticed something strange.
They had been asked to remove the curtains, but the doors were closed.
As the ship began to sink in the harbor, they realized they’d missed a window on the wall.
The cabin crew noticed something unusual on the floor in the hallway.
“I thought, this could be something else,” one of the passengers said, “so I asked the crew what it was.”
The crew told them to cover up the windows, but one of them said he didn’t care.
“He told us it was the virus,” the passenger said.
It was a normal day aboard the Serenity, but this passenger’s experience was a harbinger of things to come.
When the virus hit the U.S. in late March, cruise lines began to see an exponential increase in infections, and in some cases, deaths.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about one in every 200 people in the U, the U-S.
Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico has been infected.
According for a number of cruise lines, they are now able to quickly respond to an outbreak, but they’re not immune.
Cruise lines are in a rush to catch up with their rivals, with the number of passengers arriving in Miami from cruise lines and others increasing every day.
The Miami Herald reports the Miami International Airport recorded a record number of arrivals in the first two weeks of March, surpassing all previous high water mark.
The increase is partly due to the fact that cruise lines have taken steps to contain the virus.
According the cruise line’s website, passengers must wear masks, use masks to enter ports of entry, and stay in hotel rooms at all times.
“We are always on alert for potential outbreaks and do not want to risk the spread of the virus to the entire cruise line,” the cruise lines website reads.
According, cruise liners can be vaccinated, but that is only recommended for people who have been infected with the virus in the past.
The Centers for Diseases Control and the Centers of Disease Control in the United States have not released a full list of the cruise ship’s passengers who have died or been infected, but according to the cruise company’s website , “all passengers onboard were required to wear masks and follow CDC guidelines.”
It is not clear why the cruise liner chose to close the doors, but in any case, it’s not the first time that the cruise operator has had a scare.
Last year, the cruise industry faced criticism when it announced that its fleet had experienced a massive virus outbreak, with cruise lines including Carnival and Holland America’s Line C reported to have experienced a record rate of passengers being infected.
It is also not the only cruise line facing a coronavillosis crisis.
In 2015, a cruise line from Iceland reported more than 20% of its passengers had been infected by the coronivirus.
In 2016, a major cruise ship from Japan reported an epidemic that affected more than 1.3 million people.