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BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Officials from Hungary and South Korea held a minute's silence and threw white flowers onto the waters of the Danube on Friday, marking the first anniversary of a boat accident which killed 25 South Korean tourists and two Hungarian crew.
TOKYO (Reuters) - The Costa Atlantica cruise ship, which docked in southern Japan with over 100 crew members testing positive for COVID-19, has left the country and is en route to the Philippines, local government officials said on Monday.
Tourism in Kinabatangan can restart soon, but must overcome public fears, says association president
KOTA KINABALU: Tourism in the biodiversity rich Kinabatangan area should be able to restart soon, if operators under the Corridor of Life Tourism Operator Association (Kita) are able to overcome challenges including fears among the public.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany plans to extend a travel ban for non-European countries until Aug. 31, government sources told Reuters on Tuesday, adding Berlin was also strongly advising against any cruises due to the special risks related to coronavirus.
BARCELONA (Reuters) - Spain is to uphold a ban on cruise liners from docking at its ports to stop the spread of COVID-19, according to a ministerial order published on Saturday.
(Reuters) - The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Thursday extended its no-sail order for all cruise ships through September end, in a bid to contain the rapid spread of the novel coronavirus.
HELSINKI, Aug. 3 (Xinhua) -- Shipping company Tallink Silja announced on Monday that it is going to suspend one-way trips from Stockholm, Swedish capital, to Turku, a city on the southwest coast of Finland, due to the anti-COVID-19 considerations.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - The findings of a public inquiry into how passengers infected with the coronavirus were allowed to disembark a cruise ship in Sydney in March, triggering a major outbreak of more than 600 cases and 20 deaths, are set to be handed down on Friday.