Returnees of Charter Flight No. 1 are expected to return home if they are not infected February 12 4:58

Last month, all those returning from Wuhan, Hubei Province, China, where the spread of the new coronavirus has spread, and staying at hotels and other hotels arranged by the government after returning to China on the first charter flight, were all re-tested on November 11. Received If no infection is confirmed, it is expected that they will be able to return home sequentially from the 12th.

From Wuhan, Hubei Province, China, on the 29th of last month, 206 Japanese returned home on the first charter aircraft prepared by the government.

Of these, 197 people who did not show infection and did not show any symptoms such as fever on the day they returned home stayed at hotels in Chiba prefecture and accommodations in Saitama prefecture.

The Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare conducted a new virus test for everyone staying at accommodations on the 11th, after the incubation period has passed, since the World Health Organization has indicated that the incubation period for viruses is up to 12.5 days.

The results are expected to be revealed on the 13th, and those who have not been confirmed to be infected are expected to be able to return home sequentially from the 12th.

In addition, 199 people who returned from the second flight on the 30th last month and staying at the accommodation will be inspected from the 12th, and 145 people returning from the third flight on the 31st the next day will be inspected from the 13th. Adjustments are also being made for those who were on the 4th flight of the day, to conduct inspections on the 20th of this month.