Graeme Lake says he’ll fight for justice for Karla.

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More than 650 passengers from the Ruby Princess cruise have fallen ill with COVID-19, and 19 people have died. The latest, a 63-year-old woman who passed away yesterday in the ACT.

Those figures don’t include passengers who have gone overseas, or anyone who contracted the virus via secondary transmission.

The Ruby Princess is still docked at Port Kembla dock after being held by authorities due to the COVID-19 outbreak on-board. Image: Getty.

Graeme is determined to get justice for Karla, telling 7:30: “I am angry. I want justice. Where’s the CEO? My phone hasn’t been disconnected but I haven’t had one phone call”.

Two separate inquiries are underway into the Ruby Princess, but the cruise company maintains that it acted in line with state and federal procedures and followed the relevant health advice at the time.

The ship allowed all 2,700 passengers to disembark and disperse across the…

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