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More Princess Passengers Fall Ill

The Ruby Princess has, again, returned to port in Fort Lauderdale carrying sick passengers.

The Princess Cruise ship, which has had three reported outbreaks of norovirus so far in 2012, returned to port Sunday, March 11, 2012, from a weeklong Caribbean cruise with an unconfirmed number of sick passengers.

A week ago, the Ruby Princess returned to port with 129 sick passengers.

It has not yet been determined if this most recent incident involves the norovirus, or is an unrelated coincidence.

If you or someone you know contracted the Norovirus on a Cruise, feel free to contact the Maritime Lawyers at Lawlor, Winston, White & Murphey at [email protected] or 954-525-2345 (toll free 1-877-267-6022).

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