We could all use a little quokka time. Cruise passengers may have been apprehensive upon learning they'd be quarantined on Rottnest Island off Australia's western coast. But 800 Australian nationals from the Vasco de Gama, which hasn't reported any illness, were in for a cuddly welcome: The island is home to the endangered quokka, a marsupial that doesn't mind posing for selfies with humans.
And the not-so-cute news? Non-Australians on the same ship must remain afloat, along with those on other vessels anchored nearby that were already rejected elsewhere.
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