Charter aircraft Fifth flight from Hubei Province Morning Arrival at Haneda February 17 4:09
Due to the spread of the new coronavirus, the fifth flight of a charter aircraft for returning applicants from Hubei Province in China is expected to arrive at Haneda Airport on the 17th.
With the spread of the new coronavirus, the government has dispatched four charter planes to help Japanese returning to China's Hubei Province, bringing a total of 763 people back home .
The fifth flight of the charter plane departed Haneda Airport for Wuhan shortly after 8:00 pm on the 16th, and arrived in Wuhan at 1:00 am on the 17th of Japan time.
As before, Flight 5 will be loaded with government officials, including medical teams, and will carry masks, disinfectants, and other support supplies, as well as protective clothing worn by flight attendants on the return flight from Wuhan to Haneda. Is that
The government has reconfirmed the desire to return to Japan and other Japanese expatriates who wish to return to Japan on a charter aircraft on this fifth flight, in order to provide a break.
The fifth flight is expected to arrive at the airport in Wuhan early in the morning of March 17, returning to Haneda Airport in the morning of March 17 with return seekers on board.
According to the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, even on the fifth flight, doctors and nurses returned to Japan and checked for symptoms such as fever and cough. It is to have you.