Norwegian cruise company got shut down after 41 people got COVID-19 in it’s ship

A voyage organization in Norway is stopping the entirety of its outings inconclusively after one of its ships was at the focal point of an ongoing coronavirus episode. On Monday, the CEO of the Hurtigruten line said an early examination demonstrates there was a disappointment in a few of our inside strategies.

At any rate 41 individuals — 5 travelers and 36 team individuals — who were on board the MS Roald Amundsen have tried positive for coronavirus. They have each since gone to the University Hospital of North Norway in the city of Tromsoe. The organization has alarmed the travelers who were on board the vessel for week-long outings that withdrew on July 17 and July 25.

An extra concern is that the virus possibly could have been spread in different towns along the boat’s way, as the pontoon stops at various ports along the western coast of Norway. Notwithstanding the MS Roald Amundsen, the organization’s MS Fridtjof Nansen and MS Spitsbergen ships have additionally halted activities until further notice.

“We have made mistakes,” said the cruise line’s CEO, Daniel Skjeldam. “On behalf of all of us in Hurtigruten, I am sorry for what has happened. We take full responsibility.”

The excursion that left on July 17 had 209 visitors ready. The excursion that withdrew on July 25 had 178. It’s muddled how the flare-up began. The MS Roald Amundsen is presently ported in Tromsoe, where Hurtigruten is based. Skjeldam said Monday that the organization is “now in the process of a full review of all procedures, and all aspects of our own handling.”