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Woman Gets Kicked Off a Cruise Ship over Positive COVID Test

Dayna Remus
Jul 20, 2021
06:30 P.M.
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An enraged, unvaccinated woman made it crystal clear that she disapproved of being kicked off her luxurious vacation cruise after testing positive for COVID-19.


A 57-year-old woman, Laura Angelo, posted a clip-on TikTok, showing herself loudly complaining as she was being removed from a cruise ship. This was because she tested positive for COVID-19 while onboard.

She showed herself being wheeled off on the ship by an individual in a hazmat suit. Another person in the same attire was following while vacuuming behind, which she claimed was sanitization.

57-year-old Laura Angelo wearing a mask next to a picture of individuals in hazmat suits. | Source: facebook.com/Inside.Edition


In the clip, she alleged that the test taken on the ship was inaccurate and that she had been tested negative before boarding. Later on, once the incident had passed, she expressed:

“I was angry. I was infuriated. I know I don't have COVID.”

In the video, Angelo also vowed that she would be getting three tests upon arriving home, which she later claimed she did. Following this, the 57-year-old insisted she has now had two tests, and they are both negative.


Most individuals in the comment section found the infuriated TikToker hilarious and unreasonable, with many referring to her as a "Karen." One wrote:

"Karen of the Sea."

Some of them thanked the Freedom of the Seas cruise ship for their responsible approach towards running their business. One responded to Angelo's claims that she didn't feel sick, claiming that one can be asymptomatic.

TikTok user Steph88 commenting on a clip shared by Laura Angelo on the social media platform. | Source. TikTok.com/amethyst216


Initially, when boarding the ship, she informed the crew that she had not been vaccinated. As a result, she was barred from entering certain areas around the ship.

A pregnant nurse has been begging to visit her husband in hospital...[who] is being treated for a brain injury.

When she tested positive two days later, Angelo stressed that they had to spend two days stuck in the room with her friend Valerie, claiming they were prisoners. She has since refused a refund from the cruise company.

TikTok user Tucker Jolley commenting on a clip shared by Laura Angelo on the social media platform. | Source. TikTok.com/amethyst216


In a similar story, a woman, Eliz Fulop, from Denver was removed from a flight to New York City. This was because their 2-year-old would not allow them to put on her mask.

An Instagram clip shared by Fulop shows she and her spouse Erhard Orban struggling to put the mask on their little girl. The mother was unimpressed with United Airlines, expressing that it was humiliating.


In a story that also touched on COVID-19 restrictions, albeit more tragic, a pregnant nurse has been desperately begging to visit her husband in hospital. Her spouse, Anthony Morris, is being treated for a brain injury.

Maddie Morris from Australia is pleading to visit her spouse, believing that his condition will improve if surrounded by loved ones. For many, including these three women, the "new normal" has been a challenge.


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