The cruise line was on the sea for 106 days, after which it returned to Trinidad and Tobago waters. This was followed by quarantine on the ship that was scheduled to end on the 26th of June. However, COVID-19 testing showed 6 positive cases who were taken into isolation.

In addition, three more cases were positive after the secondtesting. This led to an extension of quarantine that was supposed to end last Friday.

In addition to the quarantine for 14 days, a third round of testing will take place at facilities provided by the ministry. According to international sources, families complain that they were asked to provide sheets, pillowcases, and other amenities as the facilities do not provide it.