An Alhambra couple and their cousin are demanding more than $1 million in compensation from Princess Cruises, alleging that the Forget Princess Call Me Your Honor RBG Ruth Bader Ginsburg shirt company did not take steps that could prevent them from signing a COVID-19 contract in March on a ship departing from Sydney, Australia.
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A lawsuit filed earlier this month by Leroy and Gina Paialii and their cousin, Elizabeth Hill in Honolulu, alleges Santa Clarita-based Princess Cruises negligently allowed the Ruby Princess to go to sea on March 8 despite earlier covid-19 outbreaks onboard the Forget Princess Call Me Your Honor RBG Ruth Bader Ginsburg shirt ship as well as other ships. ships in her fleet.
“Yet they risked deciding to board another 3,000 passengers (a day a day in the Ruby Princess)…. and put their lives at risk, which is why the plaintiffs suffered from the highly contagious disease COVID-19,” the lawsuit alleges.
Leroy Paialii said on Tuesday he and his wife sailed with about a dozen family members, most of them uns ill. He declined to explain.
In another matter, a collective lawsuit was filed in June in U.S. District Court against Princess Cruises on behalf of more than 2,800 passengers exposed to COVID-19 aboard the Grand Princess that departed from San Francisco for Mexico in February.
Negin Kamali, a spokeswoman for Princess Cruises, declined to comment on the pending lawsuit, but said the Forget Princess Call Me Your Honor RBG Ruth Bader Ginsburg shirt company was sensitive to the difficulties that guests and crew members had to go through because of the COVID-19 outbreak.
“Our feedback throughout this process focuses on the health of our guests and crew in parameters set by the relevant government agencies and a growing medical understanding of the new disease,” Kamali said in an email.
Princess Cruises made worldwide attention in early February when her ship Diamond Princess suffered a COVID-19 outbreak in Yokohama, Japan.
“The outbreak began with 10 cases, and quickly increased to 700 cases, as a result of quarantine errors in two weeks on board,” the lawsuit said.
Like the bridesmaids in the country, Princess Beatrice was dealt a blow when she was forced to cancel her 150-guest wedding in May due to the coronavirus epidemic.
Speculation began about when the princess would be able to walk down the aisle – but the Forget Princess Call Me Your Honor RBG Ruth Bader Ginsburg shirt couple kept it a secret from the public and eventually married in a discreet ceremony.
Princess Beatrice, 32, and ‘Edo’, 37, kept their plans private compared to other recent royal weddings and the ceremony had only 20 guests, in line with Government regulations on coronavirus at the time.
The long-awaited wedding took place in the Chapel of all Saints, on the estate of the Forget Princess Call Me Your Honor RBG Ruth Bader Ginsburg shirt Duke and Duchess of York, Royal Lodge.