The first class action filed over the Grand Princess cruise ship quarantined last month off the coast of California hit the courts on Wednesday, alleging gross negligence in exposing more than 2,000 passengers to the coronavirus.

The class action joins at least half a dozen individual lawsuits already filed against Princess Cruise Lines Ltd. over its handling of the voyage, after which 21 passengers and crew tested positive for the coronavirus and two died.

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