4 more Indians on Japan ship test +ve for CoVid-19
Sunday, 23 February 2020 Four Indian crew members still on board the cruise ship moored off the Japan coast, have tested positive for COVID-19, taking the total number of Indians infected with the virus on the vessel to 12, the Indian embassy said on Sunday. "All 12 Indians are responding well to treatment," the mission said. On Saturday, around 100 more passengers were allowed to deboard the ship.
Two elderly passengers taken off the Diamond Princess cruise ship because they were infected with coronavirus have died, Japan's Health Ministry said. They are the first fatalities from the virus-stricken vessel, and Japan now has three deaths linked to the Covid-19 illness. Japan's NHK public...
A repatriation flight expected to contain 35 passengers who spent more than two weeks trapped on a coronavirus-stricken cruise ship in Japan is set to depart for the UK within hours. Britons who have..
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Sir Richard Branson today (Fri 21/02) gave the world a first class view as he launched his new luxury Virgin Voyages cruise ship in Dover. The ship, christened Scarlet Lady, is the first of four Virgin..