One more cruise ship with some 2,500 people may be next virus prisoner

Cruise ship SUPERSTAR AQUARIUS may be the next coronavirus quarantine prisoner, adding up to a fleet of two cruise ships presently locked in Hong Kong and in Japan. The ship is to arrive at Keelung Taiwan on Feb 7. Taiwan already banned all international cruise ships from visiting Taiwan ports, but this one, SUPERSTAR AQUARIUS, is an exception, because 1709 passengers on board are Taiwanese. The ship left Keelung on Feb 4, arriving at Naha Japan on Feb 5. As of morning Feb 7, SUPERSTAR AQUARIUS already left Naha and is steaming towards Keelung. All passengers and crew will undergo virus test and health screening on arrival, and if all show negative test, they’ll be cleared for disembarking. If not, the ship be immediately put under 14-day quarantine.

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