- Depending on the take of the California National Guard officials said dropping out of a helicopter provided by the Cov testing kits to the Grand Princess cruise ship which is currently moored off the coast of San Francisco.
- The Central for Disease Control and Prevention(CDC)is investigating a number of coronavirus cases related to the ship’s previous voyage, and some passengers currently the ship has begun to show symptoms.
- Officials have ordered the ship to leave the coast of California, until the passengers and crew can be tested for the coronavirus.
- The United States reported at least 232 Cov cases a total of 19 countries, including 61 in California.
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California National Guard discarded Cov detection kit on the Grand Princess cruise ship, which is now sitting of the coast of San Francisco, in the interest of a Coronavirus outbreak.
Grand Princess cruise ship arrived at the coast of San Francisco last week four. The Central for Disease Control and Prevention(CDC)is investigating a number of coronavirus cases related to the ship’s previous voyage, and the first patient died of the new coronavirus in California who had boarded the Grand Princess to a month.
Some of the passengers now the ship has begun to show symptoms, according to the Governor of California Gavin Newsom and Princess Cruises. The ship ended up returning to San Francisco early, rather than docking in Ensenada, Mexico, as a precaution.
According to Princess Cruises, there is no confirmed cases of COVID-19, the disease caused by a new coronavirus. The company says there are fewer than 100 passengers and crew qualification tests, which includes the right of everyone to have exhibited flu-like symptoms or who are in the care of respiratory diseases. They were asked not to leave their cabin.
Depending on the take of the California National Guard 129th Rescue Wing Thursday that officials dropped out of a helicopter provided by the package of the test kit the top deck of a cruise ship.
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Officials have ordered the ship to leave the coast of California, until the passengers and crew can be tested for the coronavirus.
According to Princess Cruises, the ship medical team will administer the test, and then will be sent a batch of helicopter Laboratory in Richmond, California, because the cruise ship stays docked away from the shore. No one will be allowed following the boat until the test results are received.
The boat is from the same route of the Diamond Princess, which was isolated for two weeks in Yokohama, Japan, and reported more than 700 cases of coronavirus from its passengers.
The United States reported at least 232 Cov cases a total of 19 countries, including 61 in California.
Twelve individuals in the United States died of coronavirus:11, in Washington state and one in California.
California declared a state of emergency last Wednesday after it reported its first death from the coronavirus in the state in 沙县, near Sacramento.
Morgan McFaul-Johnson contributions report.