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Researchers have made the startling discovery that cabins aboard the Diamond Princess cruise ship harboured the novel coronavirus for up to 17 days after passengers had left the ship in Yokohama, Japan.
Kentaro Iwata said he had safely weathered the Ebola, SARS, and cholera crises, but was terrified of catching COVID-19 on the quarantined cruise ship.
"They've basically trapped a bunch of people in a large container with [the] virus," one epidemiologist said.
60 new cases of the coronavirus were confirmed on Monday. The ship was placed on a two-week quarantine upon arrival in Yokohama, Japan on February 3.
As well as mainland China, the virus has now been reported in Taiwan, Japan, South Korea, and Thailand, with suspected cases in other nations.
The virus, which causes pneumonia-like symptoms and is in the same family as SARS, has killed a second person and spread to Thailand and Japan.
Former Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn says he's a 'fugitive of injustice' and won't comment on whether any Americans helped him escape from Japan in a box.
Ghosn is an auto-industry celebrity who should now have the opportunity to tell his side of the story in detail.
To offset the expected shortage, the city is rushing to build new luxury hotels and even turning cruise ships into temporary floating hotels.
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How this woman in her 40s contracted the virus again is not yet known. Experts say it is possible that humans can get sick from it more than once.
About 10,000 nearly naked men fought for the stick on Saturday, which is believed to bring good luck for a year.
The WHO said that there's "no such thing as zero risk" and that countries should uphold the "human rights of travelers" amid the coronavirus outbreak.
The Diamond Princess is currently floating in Yokohama Bay, eastern Japan, and passengers are undergoing tests.
Environmental Minister Shinjiro Koizumi says he wants to encourage other men to do the same. Only 6% of Japanese male workers take paternity leave.
More tourists gave birth in Saipan than residents in 2018, as the island has become popular for pregnant women wishing to give birth to US citizens.
Carlos Ghosn, who is in Lebanon after escaping Japan, is expected to give a press conference Wednesday afternoon from Beirut.
Japanese authorities are trying to find out how Ghosn, one of its highest-profile defendants, managed to evade surveillance and leave the country.
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