The quarantined Diamond Princess liner has left Japan

Disinfection on the American cruise liner Diamond Princess, on board of which there was a mass infection of coronavirus, has ended. This was reported on Wednesday, March 25, the agency Nikkei with reference to the administration of Yokohama, in the port of which the ship was under quarantine.

Diamond Princess left the port of Yokohama on Wednesday.

The liner with 3.7 thousand people on board, including Russians, left Yokohama on January 20 on the Kagoshima-Hong-Kong Okinawa route. During the cruise, the coronavirus COVID-2019 was discovered on an 80-year-old passenger from Hong Kong. Later, several other people complained that they were not feeling well.

The ship returned to Yokohama on 3 February, but was not allowed into port and was sent to a two-week quarantine that lasted until 19 February.

A total of more than 700 tourists from different countries were diagnosed on the liner.