California wine country devastation, dormant cruise ships, and a very large diamond round out this week's best images.
At least five passengers and 36 crew members from the MS Roald Amundsen have tested positive for coronavirus.
Some people still barred from disembarking have contracted COVID-19 and died, and many surviving have gone weeks without pay.
Its ships, which were a notable breeding ground for COVID-19, could head to sea just days after the CDC "no sail" order expires.
The pandemic will affect airports, hotels and other aspects of your future trips.
The cruise company has operated some of the most notoriously contagious ships during the coronavirus crisis.
When the coronavirus hurt cruise giant Carnival Corporation, the Saudi crown prince's fund stepped in to help its founder: a longtime Trump associate.
Ships will be sequestered “indefinitely” offshore during the coronavirus pandemic, the U.S. Coast Guard said.
The four “older” guests who died were on a Holland America cruise ship with at least two positive coronavirus cases and dozens of passengers and crew with flulike symptoms.
The Senate has passed a $2 trillion dollar emergency aid bill to mitigate the economic effects of the coronavirus pandemic.