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Coral Princess docks in Port Miami after being denied by Port Everglades

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Coral princess has docked in Miami with eighteen hundred passengers and crew on board including twelve. Who tested positive for the virus to passengers have died although the cruise line is not identify? Release the cause of death. Jennifer glass reports Princess cruise lines is telling its guests. It could take two more days to get them off the ship. The latest stricken with Corona virus passengers must undergo a health screening then go through customs and immigration at the cruise terminal. Then get back onto the ship to await in order to finally disembark. That's not expected to begin until Sunday. Because of lack of flights the cruise line says the decision to dock in Miami was last minute after Fort. Lauderdale port everglades refused permission. The ship has been at sea for about a month. Passengers have been confined to their cabins since Tuesday in addition to Americans there also travelers from the UK Canada Australia and New Zealand among other countries on board