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The Holland America cruise ship with at least two confirmed coronavirus cases that just received permission to pass through the Panama Canal should not come to Fort Lauderdale, Florida, without a plan to prevent spread, Broward County Commissioner Michael Udine told FOX Business.
"The cruise ship company is going to have to come up with a plan as far as transporting passengers … protective personal gear and the like, so I'm reviewing all that right now," Udine said on Sunday.
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He is one of eight county commissioners. Broward County has reported 820 coronavirus cases and 11 deaths.
Udine had previously said he wanted to "make a motion that we deny entry under unified command of that ship" at a meeting on Tuesday, Local 10 reported.