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Elderly coronavirus patient died after medevac
A 79-year-old Canadian man who tested positive for COVID-19 while onthe 'Silver Shadow' in South America has died in a Brazil hospital. Two passengers showed signs of influenza-like illness. They were medically evacuated on March 12. The man was admitted to the intensive care unit of the Real Hospital Português de Beneficência in Recife for treatment. He died in the morning of March 26 due to complications caused by the new coronavirus. He had comorbidities, meaning they both had other medical conditions along with COVID-19.
Passengers to be repatriated from Recife
After several days of being unsure how they would make their way home, 103 passengers from the 'Silver Shadow' were flown home from Recife on March 23. They had been stranded for 10 days. Two passengers have been medically disembarked. One tested positive for COVID-19 and the other tested negative.
Passengers in isolation
A Canadian passenger tested positive for coronavirus on March 14, 2020, on the 'Sivler Shadow', which docked off the port of Recife. Royal Caribbean confirmed the case. Two guests aboard the vessel have been medically disembarked in Recife and one has tested positive for COVID-19. The ship's 609 passengers have been in isolation since March 12 when a passenger showed symptoms similar to coronavirus. One of the passengers who disembarked, a 78-year-old man from Canada, had a fever, cough and difficulty breathing. He was sent to a private hospital in the city. The ship remained stationary as of March 17. Disembarkation of passengers started on March 17 at Recife. All were to be taken to their countries of origin by planes.News schreiben