A Bronx woman was none too happy about her removal from a Royal Caribbean cruise ship — after she tested positive for COVID-19
Plus, American Airlines is bringing back some of its flights attendant who took voluntary leaves.
Those are some of the day’s travel-related headlines I thought you, too, may find interesting.
Royal Caribbean passenger Laura Angelo was unvaccinated against COVID-19. And wouldn’t you know it? She tested positive for the coronavirus two days into the sailing.
Ms. Angelo, who lives in New York, was escorted off the Freedom of the Seas (pictured above) ship, which departed from Miami. People in hazmat gear are seen as a wheelchair takes her off the ship.
Inside Edition reports Ms. Angelo “insists the test result was not accurate. She said she had COVID-19 three months earlier, but had fully recovered, and was no longer contagious. Angelo says she’s had three COVID tests since leaving the ship, and they were all negative.”
Reasons like this are why René will only sail on NCL.
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