Sister of Celebrity Cruise Ship Eclipse passenger who died from COVID-19 speaks about how it was handled
SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – We continue our coverage surrounding the Celebrity Cruise Ship Eclipse that docked here in San Diego last week. A few days ago we reported the first COVID-19 related death among the passengers, Gerald Paul. Remember, before the passengers disembarked, San Diego County Health Officials, led by Supervisor Nathan Fletcher, and the cruise line said all the...
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