Coronavirus Pandemic: Grand Princess Crew Member Dies From Coronavirus As the Grand Princess remained moored in San Francisco Bay Friday, a coalition of local community groups announced that among the 74 lives claimed regionally by the coronavirus was a crewmember from the Philippines.
Coronavirus Update: Grand Princess Passenger Confirmed As Marin County's First COVID-19 DeathHealth officials in Marin County on Friday confirmed that a man who had been a passenger on the Grand Princess has become the county's first death related to coronavirus.
Coronavirus Pandemic: Two Grand Princess Passengers Die From CoronavirusAs the Grand Princess sat in San Francisco Bay Wednesday, federal officials released some startling data as to the fate of the more than 2,000 passengers who departed the coronavirus-stricken ship when it was unloaded at a secure dock at the Port of Oakland.
U.S. Coast Guard Takes Sick Grand Princess Crew Member Off Cruise Ship For Medical TreatmentThe U.S. Coast Guard took a crew member of the Grand Princess cruise ship from the ship Saturday so he could get medical attention for an unspecified "medical emergency."
Bay Area Woman Worries About Parents Quarantined At Georgia Air Force BaseLife off the Grand Princess cruise ship and onto dry land has been anything but easy for passengers sent to Air Force bases around the country to be quarantined.
Longshore Workers Rally To Stop Unloading Of Contaminated Waste From Grand Princess ShipLongshore union workers are holding an emergency rally at the Port of Oakland Sunday to stop the shipment of contaminated waste from the coronavirus-stricken Grand Princess cruise ship through Oakland waters.
No Answers Yet For Stranded Crew On Coronavirus-Stricken Grand PrincessQuestions mounted Saturday over the status of the more than 1,000 crewmembers stranded on the coronavirus-stricken Grand Princess.
2 More Cases Of COVID-19 Confirmed In Marin County; 3 TotalTwo more cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Marin County, bringing the total to three, county officials said Wednesday.
Bay Area Hospitals Prepare To Potentially Receive Cruise Ship Coronavirus PatientsHospitals in the Bay Area Monday were preparing to accept any potential cases of COVID-19 that were disembarking the coronavirus-stricken Grand Princess cruise ship at the Port of Oakland.
Cheering Crowd On Golden Gate Bridge Greets Weary Grand Princess PassengersAfter spending more than four days confined to her stateroom, Maureen James was nearly brought to tears Monday as a crowd gathered on the Golden Gate Bridge broke into cheers as the ill-fated Grand Princess slide below it.
Coronavirus-Stricken Grand Princess Arrives At Port Of Oakland; Passenger Says 'It Looks Like A War Zone'The coronavirus-stricken Grand Princess made its way under the famed Golden Gate Bridge Monday, heading toward the Port of Oakland where the more than 2,000 passengers will disembark under heavy military security, undergo medical examinations and then be transported to 14-day quarantine sites at four bases across the country.
Anxious Passengers Aboard The Coronavirus-Stricken Grand Princess Hope Nightmarish Voyage Nearing EndPassengers awoke Sunday for a fifth day confined to their staterooms aboard the cruise liner Grand Princess which has been in a holding pattern off the San Mateo coast because of a coronavirus outbreak that has infected at least 21 people
Why Oakland Is Destination For Coronavirus-Stricken Grand Princess? Officials Explain The DecisionWhen Vice President Mike Pence announced the positive coronavirus tests for crew and passengers on the Grand Princess, he said the ship would be directed toward a "non-commercial port." So why is the ship now slated to dock at the at the second-largest commercial port on the West Coast?
Coronavirus-Stricken Grand Princess Expected To Dock In Oakland The coronavirus-stricken Grand Princess, which has been circling in limbo for more than two days off the Northern California coast, will be heading to a secure dock in Oakland where the passengers will disembark and be taken to a quarantined facility, officials said Saturday night.
Confirmed Coronavirus 'Cluster' From Grand Princess Mexico Cruise Continues To GrowThe number of Northern California residents and former passengers who contracted the coronavirus on a February cruise to Mexico aboard the Grand Princess grew to at least 11 Saturday with a new cases being reported in Santa Cruz County and involving a special needs school staffer in Chicago.