Dozens of Americans aboard a cruise ship that recently docked in Miami with coronavirus cases are still waiting to disembark because of new federal rules requiring cruise companies to bring them directly home to avoid more infectionsBy ADRIANA GOMEZ LICON Associated PressApril 6, 2020, 9:08 PM3 min readMIAMI — Dozens of Americans aboard a cruise ship that docked last weekend in Miami with coronavirus cases still waited Monday to disembark, delayed by new federal rules requiring cruise companies to bring them directly home to avoid more infections. Two passengers died before the Coral Princess docked in Miami and a third passenger, a man, died at a hospital. It is not clear if the deaths were caused by COVID-19. Officials say 24 critically ill patients have been taken from the ship to hospitals for immediate care, including the man who died. Foreign passengers were allowed to disembark after passing a medical screening and have been taken to the Miami international airport, where charter planes awaited them for flights abroad. But many of the 250 Americans aboard the Princess Cruises ship continued to await instructions, two days after their arrival in Miami. “With the Americans, it is taking a little longer because


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