Norwegian Pleasure cruise household ‘imprisoned’ by Hazmat-wearing employees as a whole bunch struck down by two norovirus outbreaks

Norwegian Joy cruise family ‘imprisoned’ by Hazmat-wearing staff as hundreds struck down by two norovirus outbreaks

A FAMILY say they’re “prisoners” on a luxurious cruise because the ship battles a second suspected vomiting virus outbreak.

Passengers on the Norwegian Pleasure liner informed of employees carrying Hazmat fits whereas disinfecting the boat because it docked in Los Angeles on the weekend.


Lots of had been taken off the ship after norovirus swept via the vessel final week – however it now seems as second outbreak has struck the boat[/caption]


The Norwegian Pleasure was cleaned on the weekend – nonetheless extra households have been quarantined of their rooms[/caption]

Final week, it was reported that a whole bunch of passengers had been struck down by the hideous Norovirus on the boat which was travelling from Florida to California through the Panama canal.

Nevertheless, passengers presently on board the liner declare they’ve been quarantined of their rooms amid a second suspected outbreak of the bug.

One man mentioned he and his spouse had been each struck down with vomiting and diarrhoea and have spent the ultimate three days of the journey – which prices £2,000 per individual – of their room.

He informed MirrorOnline that the ship’s captain declared a second outbreak shortly after the boat departed Cabo San Lucas in Mexico.

One other passenger Bryan Zirkel mentioned he fell ailing on Monday night time regardless of following the security protocols together with washing palms earlier than consuming.

He believes he could have suffered meals poisoning on board and never Norovirus.

And regardless of feeling higher, Bryan has been quarantined in his room alongside together with his spouse and two younger kids, aged 4 and 7.

He mentioned: “It’s getting uncontrolled .
“My household isn’t sick. I’m 100% higher.

“We’re are mainly prisoners on a $4000 (£3,100) cruise proper now.”

The second suspected outbreak comes because the ship was cleaned and disinfected earlier than leaving LA in what was known as “an overabundance of warning.”


The ship, which was in-built 2017, was crusing from Miami to LA final week when the bug outbreak occurred[/caption]