Wednesday, 19 February 2020

Passengers onboard MS Westerdam, a cruise ship that spent two weeks at sea after being turned away by five countries over fears that someone aboard might have the coronavirus, are seen in Sihanoukville, Cambodia February 14, 2020. A cruise ship that spent two weeks at sea after being turned away by five countries over fears that someone aboard might have the coronavirus arrived in Cambodia on Thursday, to the relief of passengers and praise from global health officials. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun

Passengers cheer and clink wine glasses as MS Westerdam cruise ship docks at port in Sihanoukville, Cambodia February 13, 2020, in this still image obtained from social media video. The MS Westerdam, carrying 1,455 passengers and 802 crew, slowly pulled itself towards port with the setting sun in the background. Adding to the dramatic effect, the ship tooted and passengers cheered as it anchor in at the port of Sihanoukville. ANGELA JONES/via REUTERS

Passengers onboard MS Westerdam, a cruise ship that spent two weeks at sea after being turned away by five countries over fears that someone aboard might have the coronavirus, are seen in Sihanoukville, Cambodia February 14, 2020. It was earlier seen from the docks of the Cambodian port town after anchoring offshore early in the morning. People at the docks prepared to welcome passengers with bouquets of flowers, as embassy officials and Cambodian health authorities waited alongside journalists. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun

MS Westerdam, a cruise ship that spent two weeks at sea after being turned away by five countries over fears that someone aboard might have the coronavirus is seen in Sihanoukville, Cambodia February 14, 2020. A cruise ship that spent two weeks at sea after being turned away by five countries over fears that someone aboard might have the coronavirus arrived in Cambodia on Thursday, to the relief of passengers and praise from global health officials. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun

Passengers wave their hands onboard MS Westerdam, a cruise ship that spent two weeks at sea after being turned away by five countries over fears that someone aboard might have the coronavirus, as it docks in Sihanoukville, Cambodia February 14, 2020. The MS Westerdam, carrying 1,455 passengers and 802 crew, slowly pulled itself towards port with the setting sun in the background. Adding to the dramatic effect, the ship tooted and passengers cheered as it anchor in at the port of Sihanoukville. REUTERS

A cruise ship that spent two weeks at sea after being turned away by five countries over fears that someone aboard might have the coronavirus is seen in Sihanoukville, Cambodia February 14, 2020. It was earlier seen from the docks of the Cambodian port town after anchoring offshore early in the morning. People at the docks prepared to welcome passengers with bouquets of flowers, as embassy officials and Cambodian health authorities waited alongside journalists. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun