Coronavirus: Passengers On A Virus-Stricken Cruise Ship Speak About Life Under Quarantine | TIME

By | February 14, 2020

Coronavirus: Passengers On A Virus-Stricken Cruise Ship Speak About Life Under Quarantine | TIME
Coronavirus: Passengers On A Virus-Stricken Cruise Ship Speak About Life Under Quarantine | TIME
Why I haven’t gotten any sleep? I have anxiety other than that we’re in good health. We have found out on February 3rd when we were at dinner that over the intercom and said that getting announcement and that there had been a passenger that had embarked Mama Hong Kong and he has been diagnosed with a coronavirus and that the Japanese government officials would Be boarding our ship. I was very upset because there’s no way in my mind that I had planned to be here 14 days crying or screaming at we can hear it anyways, but you’re not allowed to go out to our balcony. There’S very few guests out there.

Most of the time, there’s no one else out there. It’S quiet person during dinner, we’re not so worried about the virus spreading at this point because we’re confined to our stateroom the only interaction we have not text you with the stop, bringing us food and water and any supplies, and they worth are wearing masks and gloves. As well, what’s going to happen and when it’s going to happen not knowing when we’re going to be able to go home, is my number one very. We understand why we’ve been quarantined and we understand that have everybody.
A cruise ship with 3,700 people is under quarantine for coronavirus off Yokohama, Japan. “The biggest concern we have right now is the unknown,” said passenger Karey Maniscalco as she described life on the vessel.

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Passengers on a Virus-Stricken Cruise Ship in Japan Speak About Life Under Quarantine

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