Coronavirus: Carnival Cruise lines announce more trip cancelations

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Cruise line company Carnival has announced more cancelations.

Wednesday, the company said all Carnival Alaska sailings through June 30 have been canceled.

Trips embarking from San Francisco are canceled through the end of the year.

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Carnival Radiance trips starting through Nov. 1 are canceled.

Finally, Carnival Legend trips through Oct. 30 are also canceled.

If you had a trip on one of the impacted cruises, the company will email you or your travel agent for the next steps, which include a cancellation offer or refund.

All Carnival cruise ships are not sailing through May 11, the company said.

Those passengers who have had a cruise canceled because of coronavirus can click here to see what options they have.

Any decision made applies to everyone on your reservation, the company reminded its passengers.