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Diamond Princess cruise ship quarantine end is coming

The United States will evacuate American passengers under quarantine due to coronavirus on board Princess Cruises’ Diamond Princess in Japan, the U.S. Embassy and Consulate in Japan announced Saturday.

The evacuation comes days before the required two-week quarantine is supposed to end Feb. 19. There are about 400 American passengers on board the ship, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Meanwhile, Princess Cruises announced Saturday an additional 67 cases of coronavirus were identified on the ship, bringing the total to at least 285 cases of coronavirus.

In a video posted on Twitter Saturday, Princess Cruises President Jan Swartz addressed passengers and crew aboard the Diamond Princess and outlined preliminary steps for the end of the quarantine. The information was also shared in a letter to passengers and crew.

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