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World Dream released from quarantine but taken out of service

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World Dream had been in quarantine in Hong Kong since Feb. 5. The ship's operations are being suspended until further notice
Dream Cruises said the Hong Kong Department of Health confirmed all passengers and crew on board World Dream tested negative for coronavirus in extensive health screenings and temperature checks.

Quarantine ended

Passengers were cleared to disembark the ship Sunday afternoon.

Dream Cruises was arranging shuttle transportation and assisting international travelers with complimentary hotel accommodations and the rebooking of onward travel arrangements.

World Dream was quarantined upon arrival at Hong Kong’s Kai Tak Cruise Terminal Feb. 5. More than 1,800 passengers and crew were tested for coronavirus after three passengers and one person who provided ground services to the ship on a prior cruise ended Jan. 24 were confirmed infected.

Ship is out of service

Dream Cruises is suspending World Dream’s operation until further notice.