The Carnival Freedom, which is operated by Carnival Cruise Line. It is not one of the ships linked to COVID-19 cases.

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Carnival Cruise Line is offering passengers up to $200 worth of extra credit if they keep their bookings through May 31.

Guests who choose to keep their bookings will receive the money as onboard credits, which function like money and can be used on drinks, excursions, and other purchases on board.

The cruise giant is also allowing passengers who decide to cancel their trip to move their booking to a new date and receive future credit in the amount of the nonrefundable cancellation fee.

Last month, the Diamond Princess ship, operated by the Carnival subsidiary Princess Cruises, was quarantined for two weeks in Japan after passengers tested

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