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Japan lets first passengers off Diamond Princess cruise ship after coronavirus quarantine

SBS Friday, 14 February 2020 ()
Japan lets first passengers off Diamond Princess cruise ship after coronavirus quarantineJapan has given elderly passengers in poor health or confined to inner cabins on the Diamond Princess cruise ship the chance to finish their coronavirus quarantine on land.
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