WORLD DREAM SITUATION REPORT
The Voice of Chandigarh News:
Dream Cruises is pleased to report that the Department of Health has confirmed that all guests and crew onboard World Dream have passed extensive health screenings and temperature checks, and all of the samples taken from the 1,814 crew members have tested negative for the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV).
Guests onboard World Dream have been cleared to disembark the ship this afternoon and Dream Cruises will be arranging shuttle transportation and assisting international guests with complimentary hotel accommodations and the rebooking of onward travel arrangements. World Dream originally arrived into Kai Tak Cruise Terminal in Hong Kong on the morning of Wednesday, 5 February.
Dream Cruises apologizes for the delay in disembarkation from World Dream and would like to thank all of their guests and crew for their patience and understanding during this time.
Dream Cruises would also like to extend their appreciation to the government of Hong Kong for their dedication to safeguarding the health and welfare of our passengers and the people of Hong Kong and would also like to thank all of the officers and crew of World Dream for the hard work, professionalism and care they have provided during this extremely challenging time.
Dream Cruises would like to reiterate that it maintains the highest preventative hygiene and sanitation standards onboard its fleet and is committed to ensuring the health of all guests and crew.
Dream Cruises will also be suspending operations of World Dream until further notice effective immediately.