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The idling ship took took a unique route to send a sweet message to the world.The idling ship took took a unique route to send a sweet message to the world.

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Seven passengers on the Artania cruise ship moored off the coast of Fremantle test positive for COVID-19, as the state's Premier calls on the Navy for help to get the Artania to leave as soon as possible.Seven passengers on the Artania cruise ship, which is currently moored off the coast of Fremantle in Western Australia, test positive for COVID-19.

Passengers test positive for COVID-19 on Artania cruise ship off WA coast, Premier asks Navy to get ship to leave - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

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The fate of three cruise ships off WA remains uncertain.The fate of three cruise ships off WA remains uncertain.

WA cruise ship standoff continues as passengers test positive for COVID-19 | SBS News

“I haven’t been inside or have no idea if it’s beyond the state of repair internally but could @MarkMcGowanMP @RogerCookMLA consider tidying up #PMH to use for an isolation precinct for people stuck for somewhere to stay for 14 days or beyond. Don’t @ me I drove by and thought 😷”

Tim Gossage 🤓🎙📺 on Twitter: "I haven’t been inside or have no idea if it’s beyond the state of repair internally but could @MarkMcGowanMP @RogerCookMLA consider tidying up #PMH to use for an isolation precinct for people stuck for somewhere to stay for 14 days or beyond. Don’t @ me I drove by and thought 😷"

“This is our WA COVID-19 update for Thursday 26 March 2020. Today's update includes information on changes effecting public schools and new testing criteria. For official information regarding COVID-19 in WA, visit https://t.co/rf5avD4RYp https://t.co/HnypP8ylYX”

Mark McGowan on Twitter: "This is our WA COVID-19 update for Thursday 26 March 2020. Today's update includes information on changes effecting public schools and new testing criteria. For official information regarding COVID-19 in WA, visit https://t.co/rf5avD4RYp https://t.co/HnypP8ylYX… https://t.co/syL3C2DLrd"

“"I want that ship to leave." GET IT PREM @MarkMcGowanMP He now wants the Federal Government to work with the German government to organise mercy flights for passengers on board the Artania (7 with COVID-19) to get home. Better call Ange. https://t.co/RkJLoxk5rs”

Jenna Clarke on Twitter: ""I want that ship to leave." GET IT PREM @MarkMcGowanMP He now wants the Federal Government to work with the German government to organise mercy flights for passengers on board the Artania (7 with COVID-19) to get home. Better call Ange.… https://t.co/FaJqysoEOa"

“I know the situation around our public schools has been causing angst for parents, teachers, staff and students. I understand that it may be confusing, but we’ve kept them open, consistent with the best medical advice at hand through the National Cabinet process.”

Mark McGowan on Twitter: "I know the situation around our public schools has been causing angst for parents, teachers, staff and students. I understand that it may be confusing, but we’ve kept them open, consistent with the best medical advice at hand through the National Cabinet process.… https://t.co/U3IEAv0uDX"

A man onboard the Vasco de Gama cruise ship – set to arrive in Fremantle tomorrow – says he’s still enjoying normal cruise life — for now. Bill is one of the 800 Australian …

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Coronavirus Australia: 'Leave and go home': WA Premier hints at Tampa response to cruise ship chaos off FremantlePremier Mark McGowan wants two cruise ships sailing off the WA coast out of the state's waters, and has left open the possibility of asking the Commonwealth to provide military assistance to stop them attempting to dock in Fremantle.

A cruise ship passenger in his 70s has died of COVID-19 in Western Australia, taking the national coronavirus toll to 13. It is the second death in WA from th...A cruise ship passenger in his 70s has died of COVID-19 in Western Australia, taking the national coronavirus toll to 13. It is the second death in WA from th...

Cruise ship passenger dies of virus in WA | The Murray Valley Standard | Murray Bridge, SA

Australia ordered two cruise ships to leave its waters on Thursday, after a liner that docked in Sydney Harbour last week became the primary source of infection in the country's coronavirus outbreak.Australia ordered two cruise ships to leave its waters on Thursday, after a line...

Go now: Australia tells cruise ships to leave as coronavirus cases rise - Reuters

A cruise ship passenger in his 70s has died of COVID-19 in Western Australia, taking the national coronavirus toll to 13. It is the second death in WA from th...A cruise ship passenger in his 70s has died of COVID-19 in Western Australia, taking the national coronavirus toll to 13. It is the second death in WA from th...

Cruise ship passenger dies of virus in WA | Campbelltown-Macarthur Advertiser | Campbelltown, NSW

Roger Cook has confirmed 231 COVID-19 cases in WA. The state government will fund $3 million to coronavirus-related research. There will be easier access to some prescription medicines. New maternity hospital will be deferred.Roger Cook has confirmed 231 COVID-19 cases in WA. The state government will fund $3 million to coronavirus-related research. There will be easier access to some prescription medicines. New maternity hospital will be deferred.

COVID-19 daily wrap: 26 new cases in WA | Business News

West Australian premier Mark McGowan has come out swinging, saying he will not make the same mistakes that NSW Health made with the Ruby Princess cruise ship last week.West Australian premier Mark McGowan has come out swinging, saying he will not make the same mistakes that NSW Health made with the Ruby Princess cruise ship last week.

Coronavirus: WA premier slams NSW over cruise ship ‘blame games’

Thousands of passengers on three cruise ships were stranded off Australia's west coast Wednesday as officials refused to let them land to avoid repeating the "utter disaster" of a previous cruise-related coronavirus surge. The Artania and Magnifica were anchored off the West Australian port of Fremantle with a third, the…

Thousands stuck on 3 cruise ships off Australia over virus fears - Japan Today

HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/AUSTRALIA (UPDATE 3, PIX):UPDATE 3-Leave now: Australia tells cruise ships to depart as coronavirus cases riseHEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/AUSTRALIA (UPDATE 3, PIX):UPDATE 3-Leave now: Australia tells cruise ships to depart as coronavirus cases rise

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Seven cruise ship passengers on a cruise ship moored off the coast of Western Australia have tested positive for coronavirus. The Artania cruise ship has 800 passengers and 500 crew onboard, none of which are Australians. WA Health officials were on board the cruise ship on Wednesday, but authorities have said only people with life-threatening medical situations would be allowed on land. It follows comments from WA Premier Mark McGowan, who declared he did not want a repeat of the Ruby Princess debacle - where some of the 3,000 passengers were able to disembark in Sydney and later tested positive to COVID-19.Seven cruise ship passengers on a cruise ship moored off the coast of Western Australia have tested positive for coronavirus. The Artania cruise ship has 800 passengers and 500 crew onboard, none of which are Australians. WA Health officials were on board the cruise ship on Wednesday, but authorities have said only people with life-threatening medical situations would be allowed on land. It follows comments from WA Premier Mark McGowan, who declared he did not want a repeat of the Ruby Princess debacle - where some of the 3,000 passengers were able to disembark in Sydney and later tested positive to COVID-19.

As 800 Australian passengers near the shore, thousands of adorable quokkas roam the island, awaiting their arrival. As 800 Australian passengers near the shore, thousands of adorable quokkas roam the island, awaiting their arrival.

Australia Island Full of Quokkas Set to Become a Quarantine Zone for Cruise Ship

Western Australia has reversed its approval for Cruise and Maritime Voyages (CMV) ship Vasco da Gama to disembark passengers in Freemantle.Western Australia has reversed its approval for Cruise and Maritime Voyages (CMV) ship Vasco da Gama to disembark passengers in Freemantle.

WA premier backflips on Vasco da Gama’s Fremantle disembarkation – Travel Weekly