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Coronavirus: Britons in quarantine on cruise ship criticise government

Coronavirus: Britons in quarantine on cruise ship criticise government
the diamond princess is the single largest cluster of

coronavirus

outside China with more than 300 confirmed cases its passengers and crew have been

quarantine

d on this floating isolation unit but for some US citizens at least that ordeal came to an end this evening from the services this message is for all our American customers disembarking the diamond princess today we have just received a final confirmation from u.s. embassy that the new luggage collection time is going to be 7:00 p.m. this
coronavirus britons in quarantine on cruise ship criticise government
evening okay even better the knowledge that they were on their way out to home and to safety all right let me flip it around here or can I 13 buses they have their curtains drawn we're gonna go to Travis Air Force Base yeah in California for Laughlin's Air Force Base in Texas but many are left behind kept to their confinement including British nationals there is no UK evacuation currently scheduled every country except the UK has become involved and that is really wonderful for the
people onboard the

ship

every country except for the United Kingdom can I just tell you UK how this makes me really feel it feels that we have been forgotten that you don't really care about us and that you're actually not wanting us to come home a Foreign Office spokesperson said we are urgently speaking to authorities in Japan and the UK we're working around the clock to ensure the welfare of the British nationals on board a serious is the situation on board the diamond princesses
coronavirus britons in quarantine on cruise ship criticise government
there are only a few hundred cases in China there are now more than 68,000 the vast majority here in Hubei province and there are more questions about the Chinese authorities management of the epidemic it's emerged that President Xi Jingping chaired a meeting on how to deal with the crisis back on the 7th of January long before the rest of the world and the Chinese public even knew there was a crisis coming but there was also perhaps some hope today or to the third consecutive drop in the
number of new cases reported it's too early to know what that means for the trajectory of the disease and certainly for those on the front line overwhelmed and exhausted there is no respite yet Tom Cheshire Sky News Beijing