According to reports, passengers traveling by boat in the Caribbean for the first time since the pandemic began tested positive for COVID-19 on Wednesday.
The quick test results of SeaDream 1 of the SeaDream Yacht Club are preliminary positive results.
Sloan said that when the ship was anchored in the Grenadines, the ship’s captain Tobjör Lund announced the case through the ship’s intercom in the afternoon.
Inform all passengers and non-essential flight attendants to isolate them in their cabin.
SeaDream 1, carrying 53 passengers and 66 crew members, started sailing from the port of Barbados, its home country, on Saturday. Sloan wrote that now it will return there.
Since March, the ship is the first ship to sail in the Caribbean Sea.
Sloan said that in order to board the ship, all passengers must undergo negative tests twice-the day before departure and the next day. The third test is scheduled for Wednesday.
The captain announced that passengers who tested positive felt sick and could not be tested.