Norway clears cruise passengers after two tested for virus

COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) – Passengers on a German cruise ship moored in southern Norway received clearance to come out of a 24-hour quarantine after two of them tested negative for the coronavirus, Norwegian officials said on Tuesday. Officials in the coastal town of Haugesund learnt on Monday that two passengers on the Aida Aura had contact with someone a week ago who did test positive for the virus. The infected individual wasn’t among the cruise ship’s 1,200 passengers. More details in Thursday’s Borneo Bulletin