Embassy Announced the Dates of the Departure of Russians from Quarantine Ship in Japan
The mission added that some of them could immediately fly to their homeland. The representative of the embassy in a conversation with the Russian media added that the diplomatic mission is now working on the details of tomorrow's departure of passengers.
On the eve of the embassy reported that one of the citizens of Russia on the ship was infected with a new type of coronavirus 2019-nCoV. The woman was promised to be delivered to the hospital, where she will undergo a course of treatment.
On February 19, all passengers who didn't have an infection will be evacuated from a cruise ship, said Japanese Minister of Health Katsunobu Kato earlier. According to him, all healthy passengers will leave the ship by February 21. According to Russian diplomats, the Japanese authorities do not plan to extend quarantine on the ship.
Over the past day, according to Japanese authorities, another 88 people have become infected with the 2019-nCoV coronavirus. According to the Russian embassy, there are no Russian citizens among them. In total, there are about 3.7 thousand passengers from 56 countries on board.