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"In a 20-minute video rant, a passenger describes how she and her friend were kicked off a Royal Caribbean International cruise last week after she tested positive for COVID-19 on the second day — and she blames the cruise line for a mix-up.

The passengers, both unvaccinated, said that during the boarding process in Miami on July 5 the company mistakenly gave them purple bracelets meant for vaccinated passengers that serve as entry passes to areas of the Freedom of the Seas ship where only the inoculated are allowed. They said that when the company realized its mistake on July 7, staff members made them take COVID-19 tests. One of those tests came back positive.

In interviews with the Herald, both passengers said they are angry about how the company treated them. The company disembarked the passengers in Nassau, The Bahamas, and flew them back to their homes in the U.S. The ship continued on its four-night cruise and returned to PortMiami on Friday."

https://news.yahoo.com/passenger-live-streams-removal-cruise-202520626.html?.tsrc=daily_mail&uh_test=1_02