CLOSE There is a lot of misinformation out there about coronavirus. We sort the facts from falsehoods. WochitThe airlift of passengers off the Coral Princess cruise ship continued Thursday – except for 13 foreign travelers aren’t being allowed to depart and will have to stay on board for now.Although five charter flights – one domestic and four bound for Europe and South America – were scheduled to depart Thursday, Princess Cruises said it ran into red tape while trying to help those 13 get home.”Despite continued efforts through diplomatic channels, current travel restrictions by home countries will prevent homeward travel for 13 international guests, and local authorities will not authorize the use of local hotels,” the cruise line said in a statement.As a result, the 13 will join the Coral Princess crew in a self-imposed quarantine on the ship, which was scheduled to leave Port Miami by 6 p.m. EDT. Additional staff was being brought aboard the liner to support those under quarantine..The cruise line has been putting Coral Princess guests on chartered planes all week in keeping with a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommendation that no cruise ship passengers be allowed on commercial aircraft, even if they haven’t shown any flu symptoms.The

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