Carnival Cruise Ships nurse cost a total of $6.7 million to take to the hospital after a coronavirus outbreak, according to Carnival Cruises’ annual report filed with the Department of Health and Human Services.
Carnival Cruise Ship Nurse costs a total amount of $4.6 million, according the report.
Carnival’s report is the first official information to confirm or deny the cost of the nurse.
Carnival and Carnival Cruisers are both privately owned.
The company has also denied a claim by an anonymous source that the nurse cost $1 million.
The nurse cost is $4,700, according an earlier version of the report published on Friday.
The first report was released by the U.S. Department of Labor on March 8, 2018, and Carnival did not disclose the cost.
Carnival did release a second report on March 16, 2018.
Carnival Cruise Line’s nurse cost was not disclosed, but the second report included a number of other cost figures.
Carnival reported the cost to be $4 million for the nurse, but that number includes the cost incurred to bring the nurse aboard the ship and the cost associated with administering medication.
Carnival was ordered to provide $8.7 billion in cost recovery from the coronaviral outbreak.
It is unclear if the cost is related to the cost or costs associated with the nurse’s care.
Carnival is the second cruise line in a row to disclose a nurse cost.
In October, Carnival Cruise Lines said it was paying $1.9 million for three nurse aides to be aboard the Carnival Princess.
The cost includes $1,000 for each nurse.
The price was announced in October and the company did not provide any other information about the nurse costs.
Carnival Princess and Carnival Cruise line have also disclosed the cost for other nurse aides.
Carnival released the cost in October.
Carnival announced in December that the cost would be $2.4 million to the cruise line.
Carnival also reported a cost of $1 billion to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Carnival has also been accused of paying $600 million in fines for its role in the outbreak.
Carnival said on Friday that it will pay $600,000 to settle a lawsuit filed by the Department for Health and Family Services in October 2018.