(Alles Europa News) – On February 5, the Diamond Princess cruise ship anchored off the coast of Japan after people with coronavirus symptoms were found on board.
Alles Europa News reports that the 80-year-old resident of Hong Kong, who went ashore on January 25, became the delivery man of the infection.
Now on the liner there are about 3.7 thousand passengers from more than 50 countries.
All of them will remain in their cabins for 14-day quarantine.
The number of coronavirus infected on the Diamond Princess cruise ship in Japan has increased to 175 people.
Alles Europa News reports with reference to the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare of Japan.
It is noted that pneumonia caused by the COVID-19 coronavirus was detected in another 34 passengers and one quarantine officer who worked on the liner.
Citizenship of new infected remained private.
Alles Europa News reports that On February 10, the total number of passengers infected on board reached 130.