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Coronavirus Cases On Quarantined Cruise Ship Jump To 174

Newsy Wednesday, 12 February 2020
Coronavirus Cases On Quarantined Cruise Ship Jump To 174Watch VideoMore cases of COVID-19 — better known as the coronavirus – are being reported on a cruise ship in Japan.

In total, at least 174 passengers and crew members on the Diamond Princess cruise ship are sick. Some of them are American. 

The ship is currently docked in Yokohama, where it's been under quarantine...
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