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By Medical News Now – 8 August 2018 – 14:07:58The virus has taken hold on the shores of the Caribbean islands of St Kitts and Nevis, as the first cases have been confirmed in the southern French island of Saba, and there is increasing concern about the spread of the virus in other countries in the region.

The World Health Organization (WHO) said on Friday that it was working to determine the scope of the outbreak and the number of cases.

In the Caribbean, at least 17 people have died, the WHO said.

In St Kitt and NevIS, where the first confirmed case was recorded on Thursday, the country’s Ministry of Health said three more cases had been confirmed.

A spokeswoman for the hospital in the town of Pimco said the patients were in intensive care, but did not elaborate.

“We are aware of two patients in intensive isolation,” she said.

St Kitt and Villers-Bergue reported its first confirmed cases on Thursday.

It said on Saturday that it had also received two more confirmed cases of Ebola on Friday.

The WHO said that the new cases were the first recorded on St Kitt Island since January 2018, when the country began monitoring its borders with Guinea and Sierra Leone.

In Sierra Leone, WHO director-general Dr Adrian Dennison said on Sunday that two additional cases were confirmed.

He said the cases were in the same town of Bongiorno, which is just outside of the capital, Freetown.

“They are also close to Freetower, which was the centre of the epidemic,” he said.

He added that there was no indication that the virus was spreading to other areas of the country.

“I have seen that a few hospitals in Freetour are having difficulties in handling patients,” he added.

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A cruise ship accident that occurred on April 9 in St. Thomas, Louisiana is being investigated by a team of state and federal authorities.

A crew member died from COVID-19, which is a virus spread by coughing, sneezing, or touching surfaces contaminated with COVID.

According to the St. Croix County Sheriff’s Office, the cruise ship had been in port when a ship maintenance worker aboard the ship had a seizure.

The worker had contracted COVID from an infected passenger aboard the cruise liner and died on the ship.

St. Croignians Medical Examiner’s Office is investigating the cause of death.

The ship has since been moved to St. Joseph, Mississippi, and will reopen on July 15, when the cruise ships scheduled for the same port have been removed.

According to state officials, the death is the result of COVID exposure to an infected person aboard the St-Thomas cruise ship.

The ship is owned by Carnival Cruises.

According the cruise lines website, the St Croix Coast Guard, the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Wasp, and the Coast Guard Marine Unit of the U,S.

Customs and Border Protection are investigating the incident. 

The Coast Guard is also assisting with the investigation by the state. 

A Carnival Cruise Line spokesperson told ABC News that Carnival was in the process of reopening the cruise line, and that it is “working with local authorities to fully support our team as we investigate this tragic accident.”

Carnival says it has a strict infection control policy, including “a strict anti-COVID protocol.”

“Carnivals highest priority is the safety of our guests and crew members.

We will not be making any further comment at this time,” the company said in a statement.

The cruise ship was carrying about 1,600 passengers and crew from New Orleans to St Thomas.

The cruise line says that the ship’s maintenance crew were “trying to ensure all of our ships cargo had been inspected and sanitized.”

Consequences of a Cruise Ship Accident with CNV Source: Cruise lines cruise ships covids, cruise ship hospitals,cruse ships covID,cruiser ship hospital source Breitbart Facebook post by Chris Christie on May 4, 2018 at 1:06pm PDTIn an update to their Facebook page, Carnival Cruise Lines said, “We are in the midst of an internal investigation and will provide updates when more information becomes available.”

“We will share the full facts as they become available,” the post continued.

Carnies statement said the company is working with local and federal government officials.

The company said that there are no immediate plans to suspend or cancel cruise ships, but that they are working with state and local officials to fully cooperate with their investigation. 

Carnieston says its ship, the Wasp and its crew will be returned to port on May 15.