China News Service, February 27. According to Kyodo News Agency, Japan ’s Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare stated that on the 27th, 91 crew members and one passenger from 23 countries including Japan disembarked from the “Diamond Princess” cruise ship. Disembarkation of all passengers is over.
Data map: Japan's "Diamond Princess" cruise.
Japan ’s Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare announced earlier on the 27th that the crew members of the “Diamond Princess” cruise ship have been disembarking from noon on the 27th local time, and all disembarkation personnel will be isolated at the accommodation arranged by the Japanese government for 14 days.
According to reports, after disembarking, the crew members will be sent to Heguang City, Saitama Prefecture, Japan for quarantine for 14 days. After the quarantine period ends, they can leave if the virus nucleic acid test is negative.
The Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare also said that the crew currently on board the cruise ship is about 150, of which about 100 plan to disembark on the 28th. It is said that all crew members are expected to disembark within a few days, they will enter the country's facilities or return to their country on charter flights.
On January 20, the cruise ship "Diamond Princess" departed from Yokohama, Japan. Later, due to a new crown pneumonia epidemic on the ship, she was forced to stop her trip and returned to Yokohama Port on February 3. On February 5, the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare announced that all personnel on board the cruise ship need to be isolated at sea for 14 days.
Beginning on the 19th, passengers with negative test results, no relevant symptoms, and no confirmed diagnosis in the guest room were allowed to disembark. The work ended on the 21st, and a total of 982 eligible passengers disembarked in 3 days.
At present, a total of 705 of the crew and passengers of the cruise ship have been diagnosed with new crown pneumonia and 4 of them have died.