Tiburon couple under quarantine at Travis AFB after leaving cruise ship

March 18, 2020

 

What started as a relaxing 15-day Grand Princess cruise to Hawaii quickly turned into a nightmarish marathon for a Tiburon couple who are now in the middle of what they expect will be a two-week mandatory coronavirus quarantine. “We’ve just resigned ourselves because there’s nothing we can do,” said Kathy Rose, 71, who, along with her husband Rick, 74, has been away from home for nearly a month. Though the Roses aren’t exhibiting symptoms of the virus, at least 21 of the 3,533 passengers and crew aboard the Grand Princess have tested positive for COVID-19, the disease caused by coronavirus SARS-CoV-2. The Roses were among the first wave to disembark the ship after it made port in Oakland last week after spending several days languishing 50 miles off the coast of San Francisco.

 

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