Grand Princess Cruise Ship Coronavirus Update Tuesday, March 10, 2020 | Sacramento, CA Listen / download audio Update RequiredTo play audio, update browser or Flash plugin. Carrying multiple people who have tested positive for COVID-19, the Grand Princess passes the Farallon Islands while holding off the coast of San Francisco, Sunday, March 8, 2020. The cruise ship is scheduled to dock at the Port of Oakland on Monday.Noah Berger / AP Photo The coronavirus-stricken Grand Princess cruise ship docked at the Port of Oakland Monday in preparation for thousands of passengers to disembark. It marks the end of some six days of uncertainty for the 3,500 people aboard the ship, highlighting the stream of misinformation stemming from social media and other mediums. A passenger from the Grand Princess cruise immediately before the one currently docked in Oakland died of COVID-19, the disease caused by coronavirus, in Placer County last week. That cruise docked in San Francisco, but most of the passengers just headed home and self-quarantined, unlike the Grand Princess’ current voyage. Today on Insight, we’ll dig into the latest on the cruise ship and talk about how to decipher fake news from legitimate news on social platforms. We’re also joined by a passenger currently quarantined on the Grand Princess and two passengers from that previous Grand Princess cruise. Guests Grand Princess cruise passenger Denise Morse UC Davis Journalism Professor and Academic Director Andy Jones Daughter of passenger on the original Grand Princess cruise, Liz Passenger on the original Grand Princess cruise, "Mom" Pseudonyms were used for Liz and "Mom" as to avoid any unwanted backlash for talking openly about "Mom's" experience on the cruise. Since this segment aired, Liz's Mom's COVID-19 test came back negative. Correction: A guest refers the first COVID-19 death in California as being from Placerville. It actually occurred in Placer County.