At least 41 passengers and crew on a Norwegian cruise ship have tested positive for Covid-19, officials say.
Hundreds more passengers who travelled on the MS Roald Amundsen are in quarantine and awaiting test results, the company that owns the ship said.
Hurtigruten has halted all leisure cruises because of the outbreak.
Norway's government has announced it will stop all cruise ships with more than 100 people on board from disembarking passengers for at least 14 days.
Four crew members were admitted to hospital on Friday with coronavirus symptoms, shortly after the ship docked in the Arctic port of Tromso, and they later tested positive for the virus.
Another 32 crew members on board were found to be infected. The staff who tested positive included German, French and Filipino citizens.
They were tested for the virus before leaving their home countries but did not quarantine before starting work on the ship, Hurtigruten said.
All the passengers have now been contacted and told to self-isolate for 10 days, health officials said. Five passengers have so far tested positive out of 387 who had travelled on the ship since 17 July.