Cruise ship Today's maximum is about 450 passengers Get off at 5:25 on February 21
On April 21, a maximum of about 450 passengers are expected to leave the cruise ship on which the outbreak of the new coronavirus has been confirmed. The Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare wants to finish disembarking passengers by the 21st.
So far, 634 cruise ships and passengers have been infected on the Diamond Princess cruise ship anchored in Yokohama Port.
The Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare conducts a virus test on all passengers left on board, and those who have a negative result and have no symptoms are sequentially disembarked on the 19th, after the 14-day health observation period has ended.
According to the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, a total of 717 passengers left the ship, 443 on the 19th and 274 on the 20th.
The maximum number of passengers is expected to be around 450 on the 21st, and the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare wants to finish disembarking passengers by the 21st.
If you are in the same room as the person who was confirmed to be infected, even if the test result is negative, the infected person will stay on the ship for 14 days after leaving the room and have you get off if there is no problem with your health .
The Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare has asked the people who got off the boat to live a normal life at home, etc., and checked their health every day for two weeks, refraining from unnecessary and urgent outings, and developed symptoms such as coughs and fever. If you do, you will be asked to wear a mask and take a break from school or work.
On the other hand, the crew will also be screened for viruses, consulted with the cruise ship operator, and will consider measures such as dropping off applicants.