More than 200 Americans are among more than 1,400 people on a cruise ship that was barred from disembarking passengers in the Spanish Canary Islands on Sunday as nations worldwide impose lockdowns and close borders to guard against the coronavirus.The Costa Luminosa, operated by a subsidiary of Carnival Corp., is one of a number of cruise ships unable to find ports willing to accept thousands of passengers as the crisis intensifies. All major ocean and river cruise lines around the world have temporarily suspended new voyages to try to contain the outbreak, which has infected passengers and crew members on two Carnival-owned Princess Cruise ships, as well as other cruise lines.The Costa Luminosa passed through the Strait of Gibraltar on Tuesday and was headed toward its next scheduled stop in southern France, but it remains unclear what will happen when it arrives. France began a lockdown Tuesday ordered by President Emmanuel Macron.There are 233 Americans aboard, the company said. Some passengers are growing increasingly anxious, according to relatives who have spoken to them. A number have developed coughs and one woman told her daughter that the crew appeared overwhelmed by the need to deliver food to all the cabins. Symptoms

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