Carnival Corp and Princess Cruises are facing another legal broadside as the sprawling fight over Covid-19 exposure on two ill-fated voyages on one of their cruiseships drags on.

Twenty-three passengers aboard the 107,500-gt Grand Princess (built 1998) for a 11 February 2020 sailing to Mexico filed an amended complaint seeking to hold Carnival and its Princess Cruises brand responsible for Covid-19 exposure — at least the 40th lawsuit involving the ship.

A handful have been thrown out or settled, while some are set for trial and others are still in pleadings.