Japan announces tourists' landing from the Diamond Princess

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The Diamond Princess has been in quarantine since February 3 with 3700 people on board, including more than 200 Australians who are well. As of Tuesday, 135 people have tested positive, according to reports. "Urgent segregation is needed of those who are healthy", he said in the video that also showed some of his Indian crew colleagues.

The number of passengers and crew on board has since declined to 3,622, the ministry official said.

The Japan Ministry of Health has been the lead public health authority defining the testing protocols for all guests and crew on Diamond Princess and set the quarantine end date for February 19.

The ship operator announced the additional confirmed cases as tested by the Japanese Ministry of Health.

The federal government said Sunday that it was monitoring the well-being of 285 Canadians quarantined on the Diamond Princess and another cruise ship anchored off Hong Kong, however, health officials have given the Hong Kong ship the all clear, allowing passengers and crew to disembark.

"This was my first job and this has happened to me", he said, also speaking on the condition of anonymity.

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Japan is planning to send a fifth evacuation flight to Wuhan later this week, local media said.

"We were rooting for Parasite", he told Reuters, referring to the South Korean film that took Best Picture and other awards.

The virus may not have much impact on cruise bookings outside of Asia, says UBS analyst Robin Farley. "We want to go home". "He's determined that death by chocolate is preferable to the virus and he's sending us all kinds of wonderful, delightful desserts", she said. But she expressed regret when Philippine crew members couldn't disembark in Manila and see their families, as they'd hoped. They've been quarantined at Daikoku Pier Cruise Terminal ever since their arrival. "You need to focus, you need to have a positive mind that you can do your job". "Because here, it's only the strong people that survive".

"Please save at least those of us who are healthy", he said, noting that Indians make up 160 crew members and eight passengers. "I am scared and counting down the days".

In an update, Princess Cruises confirmed an additional 66 cases of Coronavirus from Australia (four), Canada (one), England (one), Japan (45), Philippines (three), Ukraine (one) and U.S. (eleven). We hope that we have succeeded by giving you the full details and information.

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