Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.The U.S. Coast Guard confirmed on Thursday that it helped evacuate 13 crew members from two Costa Cruises ships following reports that dozens onboard were feeling ill.The two ships – the Costa Favolosa and the Costa Magica – had arrived outside of the Port of Miami on Thursday after being turned away from numerous ports in the Caribbean.ROYAL CARIBBEAN’S CRUISE LINES EXTEND VOLUNTARY SUSPENSIONSEarlier this week, Costa Cruises had said that at least 30 of the ships’ crew members were experiencing influenza-like symptoms. As reported by the Miami Herald, one symptomatic person claimed that he and several others had also lost their sense of smell, a phenomenon which doctors have identified as a possible symptom of coronavirus. An ill crew member from the Costa Cruise ship Favolosa, left, is screened by medical personnel after arriving ashore on Thursday, March 26, at the Port of Miami. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)Both ships had originally departed from the French island of Guadeloupe, but disembarked passengers after Costa announced the suspension of operations earlier this month. Since that time, six people who disembarked the Favolosa, and two from the Magica, have tested positive for COVID-19,

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