A large-scale quarantine of 3700 people has been carried out in Japan

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 A large-scale quarantine of 3700 people has been carried out in Japan


According to the cruise company, the ship left Yokohama on January 20, stopped at Kagoshima on January 22 and arrived in Hong Kong on January 25. Then I went to Vietnam and other places, stopped at Naha on February 1, and finally arrived at Yokohama. Hong Kong infected people boarded the ship from Yokohama and were confirmed to be infected after disembarking from Hong Kong.

(function() {(window. Slotbydup = window. Slotbydup| []). Push ({ID: u5811557, container: ssp_, async: true});)) (); quarantine work has been started from the night of the 3rd day from the ship to Yokohama, first from people with fever, cough and other symptoms and close contact with the infected person. In addition, a man on the cruise ship was taken to hospital in the early hours of the 4th because of suspected cerebral infarction. The man and his companions wife had no symptoms such as fever, but they were also examined for prudence. According to the Ministry of health, health and labor, dozens of quarantine officers, including doctors and nurses, have been sent on board to confirm the health status of the people on board. It is expected that all quarantine work will not be completed until the evening of the 4th, and disinfection work will be carried out on board. All personnel will be on board until then. As for the time when the cruise ships personnel landed, Japanese Chief Cabinet Secretary Kan Yiwei said at a press conference on the 4th that he would judge whether to let them go or not by taking 10 days as the approximate standard from January 25 when the Hong Kong man who was confirmed to be infected with the new coronavirus disembarked from the ship. Source: China News Agency, editor in charge: Zhao Lixian, nag3173

The quarantine work started on the night of the 3rd day from the ship to Yokohama. It started with people who had fever, cough and other symptoms and had close contact with the infected person. In addition, a man on the cruise ship was taken to hospital in the early hours of the 4th because of suspected cerebral infarction. The man and his companions wife had no symptoms such as fever, but they were also examined for prudence.

According to the Ministry of health, health and labor, dozens of quarantine officers, including doctors and nurses, have been sent on board to confirm the health status of the people on board. It is expected that all quarantine work will not be completed until the evening of the 4th, and disinfection work will be carried out on board. All personnel will be on board until then.

As for the time when the cruise ships personnel landed, Japanese Chief Cabinet Secretary Kan Yiwei said at a press conference on the 4th that he would judge whether to let them go or not by taking 10 days as the approximate standard from January 25 when the Hong Kong man who was confirmed to be infected with the new coronavirus disembarked from the ship.