Margaret Bartlett, a 77 year old British woman gave a harrowing account of what it is like to be stuck on the Princess Cruise ship.
Bartlett told the BBC “The food is rotten and terrible and we have to fight for it” and that people are going “stir crazy.”
The Grand Princess Cruise ship is set to dock in Oakland today.
The NYPost reports an elderly British woman on board the coronavirus-stricken cruise ship off the California coast groused over the conditions on board, where “stir-crazy” passengers fight over “rotten” food, according to a new report.
Margaret Bartlett, 77 — one of 140 Brits aboard the vessel where 21 people have tested positive for the infection — told the BBC that she’s been confined to her cabin, which has no balcony.
“The food is rotten and terrible and we have to fight for it,” Bartlett told the network. “It is not good enough.”
“We are going stir crazy stuck in the cabin,” she added. “It is a bit depressing when we saw land and it was sunny and we couldn’t get out.”
Barlett told the outlet that a passenger who was staying 10 cabins away from her on board the ship has died. Officials have confirmed that at least one person, a 71-year-old man, died of coronavirus last week after his time on board the cruise.’