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“They’re scared now that they’ve heard of the four deaths,” Hayley said.
“We’re worried sick about them.”
Canadian passengers Chris and Anna Joiner took a picture of themselves holding a sign reading: “Help us.”
The picture shows the couple wearing face masks and confined to a cabin.
The Zaandam, which has 1, (guests and staff aboard, has now been denied passage through the Panama Canal.
It has four doctors and four nurses onboard and is receiving medical supplies from another Holland America ship.
BODIES TO STAY ONBOARD
In a statement, the company said it hopes to get healthy passengers onto the second ship.
Bodies of those who have died will stay on the Zaandam until the liner arrives at its final destination.
Panama has refused to allow either of the Holland America ships to dock.
The country has coronavirus cases , and people have died .
The Zaandam left Buenos Aires, Argentina, on March 7. It was aiming to reach Fort Lauderdale in Florida after being denied permission to dock at its original destination of San Antonio, Chile, a week ago.
No one has left the ship since March 75, the company says.
In February, a British man became the first UK citizen to die from coronavirus after being infected on the Diamond Princess cruise ship in Japan.
He was the sixth passenger to die.