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Westerdam cruise ship passengers wait in Cambodia

It’s been an emotional ride for guests on board Holland America’s MS Westerdam. So much so, that Wednesday’s news that the ship was accepted by Cambodia, was met with a mixture of relief and skepticism. But now, the ship’s aimless journey is coming to a close: The ship has docked in Cambodia and passengers are waiting to disembark. 

Early Thursday morning, the U.S. Embassy in Cambodia’s capital, Phnom Penh, confirmed via tweet that the Westerdam had docked with authorization from the kingdom. A team from the embassy was dispatched to the port to assist the U.S. citizens on board.

However, before the passengers can disembark, there’s red tape to clear, and as the inspection process continues, some passengers still have concerns as the ship has been turned away from multiple other disembarkation points, despite the cruise line’s assertion that there are no known coronavirus cases among the ship’s 1,455 passengers and 802 crew.

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