Italy records highest single toll from coronavirus

Coronavirus has killed 168 more people in Italy within the past 24 hours, the best toll in a very single day since the beginning of the outbreak within the country.

The whole of Italy - a rustic of some 60 million people - was placed under quarantine because the government stepped up efforts to tackle the coronavirus outbreak that has killed 631 people and affected over 10,000.

Globally, over 4,000 people have died from the coronavirus and over 113,000 cases are confirmed, in line with the globe Health Organization (WHO). About 64,000 people have recovered round the world.

Tuesday, March 10
22:20 GMT - Turkey confirms first coronavirus case
Turkish Health Minister Fahrettin Koca said that one male patient was diagnosed with the novel coronavirus after rummaging testing, Reuters news organisation reported.

It is the country's first confirmed case of the coronavirus.

Koca said the person is in isolation and relations of the patient are under observation.

22:00 GMT - Pence confirms Trump's stimulus proposal includes payroll tax relief
US vice chairman Mike Pence confirmed that the stimulus proposal President Donald Trump discussed with lawmakers included payroll tax relief.

Pence also said the Trump administration wants small and mid-size businesses to possess resources to supply paid family leave to workers.

21:08 GMT - Honduras suspends deportation flights
Honduras has deportation flights from Mexico, a senior official told reporters, citing coronavirus fears.

Reuters news organisation reported that government minister Nelly Jerez said the flights are stopped because Honduras doesn't have the capacity to quarantine people that could also be infected at the airport.

Bus deportations, however, won't be affected.

20:30 GMT - Bernie Sanders cancels Cleveland rally over coronavirus concerns
US Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has canceled a rally in Cleveland over concerns about holding large public gatherings during the coronavirus outbreak.

"Out of concern for public health and safety, we are canceling tonight's rally in Cleveland," campaign spokesman Mike Casca said in a very statement.

"We are heeding the general public warnings from Ohio state officials, who have communicated concern about holding large, indoor events during the coronavirus outbreak," he said.

"All future Bernie 2020 events are evaluated on a case by case basis."

19:55 GMT - EU pledges $28bn to tackle coronavirus crisis
The European Commission will founded an EU fund worth 25 billion euros ($28bn) to tackle the depression caused by the coronavirus outbreak, the top of the EU subdivision said.

Speaking after an emergency video conference of EU leaders, Ursula von der Leyen said the investment fund should be financed with 7.5 billion euros of EU money and help vulnerable sectors of the economy.

"This instrument will reach 25 billion euros quickly. to grasp this i will be able to propose to council and parliament on to release 7.5 billion euros of investment liquidity," von der Leyen told a group discussion in Brussels.

9:32 GMT - Air Canada suspends Italy flights
Air Canada, the country's flag carrier, has halted all flights to and from Italy over the coronavirus outbreak, until a minimum of First of May.

The airline's last flight to Rome is scheduled to require removed from Toronto on Tuesday, with the ultimate return flight departing Rome for Montreal on Wednesday. All affected affected customers are notified and offered a full refund, it said.

Air Canada said regulations and "ongoing health and safety concerns" prompted the choice.

19:21 GMT - Algeria suspends political, sports gatherings
Algeria has suspended economic, cultural and political gatherings to slow the spread of the coronavirus, Health Minister Abderrahmane Benbouzid said.

The sports ministry earlier announced the postponement of all international sports gatherings and said local sports events would be played behind closed doors.

So far, Algeria has confirmed 20 cases of coronavirus.

18:47 GMT - big apple sending in territorial reserve to manage virus
New York's governor announced he's sending the territorial reserve into a brand new York City suburb to assist fight what's believed to be the nation's biggest cluster of coronavirus cases.

Schools, houses of worship and huge gathering places are closed for 2 weeks in a very "containment area" centered in New Rochelle, and therefore the troops will scrub surfaces and deliver food to the zone, which extends a mile all told directions from some extent near a synagogue connected to a number of the cases, Governor Andrew Cuomo said.

18:35 GMT - Trump, Democrats at odds over coronavirus economic proposals
United States President Donald Trump and Congress are moving towards new legislation to support the US economy with competing priorities.

Democrats within the U.S. House of Representatives of Representatives want to focus any legislation on helping families that will be hurt by school and workplace closures.

Trump and Republicans within the Senate, meanwhile, have promoted the concept of a brief elimination of payroll taxes as some way to spice up the economy - an idea many Democrats have dismissed.

18:10 GMT - Pentagon says coronavirus cases likely over official count
The US military's official tally of service members and related personnel who are infected by the coronavirus likely undercounts the particular total, the Pentagon acknowledged, as a second service member within the us tested positive for the virus.

"I think that it's likely, given what we are seeing round the world, and therefore the proven fact that we've people everywhere the globe, that there are more," Joint Staff Surgeon Air Force brigadier Paul Friedrichs told a Pentagon news briefing.

18:05 GMT - Portugal suspends flights to and from Italy
Portugal's government suspended all passenger flights to and from Italy for 14 days starting on Wednesday as a preventative measure to stem the spread of coronavirus, it said in a very statement.

On Monday the govt suspended flights to Italy's most affected northern regions, but it now said that "after constant monitoring of the evolution of the epidemic and following Italy's decision to place the country on quarantine, it absolutely was decided to expand the suspension to all or any Italian regions".

17:18 GMT - Italy coronavirus deaths jump to 631
The price in Italy from the novel coronavirus has surged to 631 after 168 more fatalities were confirmed within the last 24 hours, in line with officials.

It is the best single-day toll so far since the outbreak started within the state.

The total number of cases in Italy also rose to 10,149 from a previous 9,172, the Civil Protection Agency said.

17:00 GMT - Berlin cancels large cultural events over virus fears
Large cultural events in Berlin's theatres, operas and concert houses are cancelled from Wednesday to forestall coronavirus contagion, authorities within the national capital said.

The measure will remain in situ until April 19, and can also affect concerts at the renowned Berlin Philharmonic, Berlin's culture senator, Klaus Lederer, said, adding that it absolutely was "regrettable but one must assume the responsibility".

15:33 GMT - Six new cases confirmed in Qatar
Six more coronavirus cases were confirmed in Qatar, the country's health ministry said, taking the full number of infections within the Gulf state to 24.

All the new cases are expatriate residents, who have had contact with previously announced community cases, the ministry said in a very statement.

15:25 GMT - Germany v Italy friendly to be played without fans
Germany and Italy will play their international football friendly on March 31 in Nuremberg behind closed doors thanks to the outbreak of the coronavirus, Germany's Football Association (DFB) said.

The virus has already had an effect on German football with several Bundesliga games to be played without spectators.

15:19 GMT - Greece shuts schools, universities for 2 weeks
Greece will shut schools, universities, daycare centres and other educational establishments for 2 weeks to contain the spread of the coronavirus, the health minister said.

14:36 GMT - Qatar bans shisha all told cafes and restaurants
Qatar has decided to ban the smoking of shisha all told cafes and restaurants within the country as a protection against coronavirus, the Ministry of Public Health said.

"The decision comes in light of the present health conditions still as in line with preventive measures to forestall infection with Coronavirus (COVID-19)," a ministry statement said.

So far, there are 18 confirmed cases of infection in Qatar.

14:20 GMT - DRC confirms first coronavirus case
The Democratic Republic of the Congo has confirmed its first case of coronavirus within the capital Kinshasa, the health ministry said.

The patient could be a Belgian citizen, who has been within the country for several days, Health Minister Eteni Longondo said, adding: "He is confined to a hospital."

A second statement later issued by the health ministry said the patient could be a Congolese citizen, who has been placed in quarantine.

13:56 GMT - Morocco reports first coronavirus death
Morocco's health ministry confirmed the country's first death from coronavirus in Casablanca as its overall number of recent infections rose to a few.

The dead patient, who entered Morocco from Italy's Bologna, is an 89-year-old Moroccan woman stricken by respiratory and heart diseases, the health ministry said in a very statement.

Morocco cancelled all trips to and from Italy and banned fans from attending football matches, cancelled events involving foreign travellers and gatherings of over 1,000 people as precautionary measures to avert a pestilence of the virus.

13:47 GMT - Sixth person dies within the UK, cases rise to 373
A sixth person has died from coronavirus within the uk, the health ministry said, because the number of confirmed cases increased to 373, up from 319 the day before

The octogenarian patient, who was being treated by West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust, had underlying health conditions, Chris Whitty, England's chief medical man, said in a very statement.

13:40 GMT - Brunei reports five more coronavirus cases
Brunei said five more people had tested positive for the coronavirus after the little Southeast country reported its first case on a daily basis ago.

The first coronavirus patient within the sultanate was a 53-year-old Bruneian man who returned from the Malaysian capital Malaysian capital on March 3 and commenced showing symptoms four days later, Brunei's health ministry said.

He was one amongst 90 Bruneians who attended a mass gathering of Islamic missionaries at a mosque in Malaysian capital.

13:40 GMT - Spain cancels flights from Italy for 2 weeks
Spain decided to cancel all direct flights from Italy for 2 weeks in a very bid to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, in line with the government's official gazette.

This measure will become from March 11 in the dead of night and continue until midnight of Annunciation, the gazette said.

13:25 GMT - Sweden's coronavirus risk now 'very high'
Sweden's Public Health Agency raised the danger level for local contagion of the new coronavirus to "very high" from "moderate" and said it absolutely was seeing signs of community spread within the Nordic country.

The agency said in a very statement it absolutely was seeing signs of community spread of the virus within the regions centred round the two biggest cities, Stockholm and Gothenberg.

"The agency doesn't see general contagion everywhere the country, but the danger level is now being raised to the best possible," it said.

The announcement came minutes after the Stockholm region reported a jump in confirmed coronavirus cases to 207, a rise of 60 since Monday.

13:17 GMT - Vatican closes St Peter's Square, Basilica to tourists
St Peter's Square and its main basilica are closed to tourists and guided groups due to coronavirus, but individual members of the faithful can enter the basilica to hope, the Vatican said.

A statement said the Vatican would even be closing its post office within the square, which pulls many tourists, still as its bookstore and photo service.

A cafeteria inside the Vatican for workers would also close. All measures will remain in effect until April. 3.

Harvard to maneuver to virtual classes amid coronavirus outbreak
Harvard University asked its students to not return to campus after recess and said it'd begin moving to virtual instruction for graduate and undergraduate classes amid the coronavirus outbreak.

The US university's goal is to finish the transition by March 23, it added within the statement posted on its website.

12:24 GMT - Turkey says coronavirus outbreak 'highly likely'
It is highly likely that there's a coronavirus outbreak in Turkey, but there haven't been any confirmed cases for now, Turkish Health Minister Fahrettin Koca said.

"Europe is extremely late in taking measures and it's still being too slow," Koca said. "It is extremely likely this outbreak is currently in Turkey. There are not any confirmed cases of this virus," he added.

10:50 GMT - Austria to deny entry for travellers from Italy
Austria will deny entry to people strolling back from Italy in an effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus, Chancellor Sebastian Kurz said.

Other measures include cancelling university lectures and inspiring companies to permit employees to figure from home, he said.

Indoor events of over 100 people and outdoor events of over 500 will be banned.

10:50 GMT - Coronavirus kills 54 more people in Iran
The coronavirus has killed 54 more people in Iran within the past 24 hours, the best toll in a very single day since the beginning of the outbreak within the country.

This raised the price to 291 amid 8,042 cases, health ministry spokesperson Kianoush Jahanpour said in a very televised conference.

881 new cases are confirmed, taking the full infection tally to eight,042.

10:20 GMT - Denmark cancels flights from severely affected countries
All flights to Denmark from areas severely hit by the coronavirus like northern Italy, Iran and Asian country will cease on Tuesday, Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen said.

10:15 GMT - price in France jumps to 30
The price in France from the coronavirus outbreak has risen to 30 from 25 on a daily basis earlier, the French public health authority said.

10:06 GMT - British Airways cancels all Italian flights
British Airways cancelled all flights to and from Italy after the country was placed on lockdown until next month to tackle coronavirus, it said.

"In light of the Italian government's announcement and therefore the UK government's official travel advice, we've contacted all customers who are thanks to travel today [March 10]," the airline, owned by International Airlines Group (IAG), said.

10:03 GMT - Kazakhstan imposes travel restrictions
Kazakhstan barred entry to travellers from Italy and is adding France, Germany and Spain to the list from March 12, chief sanitary doctor Zhandarbek Bekshin said.

The Central Asian nation neighbouring China has not reported any cases of coronavirus to date.

10:00 GMT - Serbia imposes travel restrictions
Serbia closed its borders for foreigners strolling back from countries most tormented by the coronavirus outbreak.

The temporary ban applies to people strolling back from "Italy, certain provinces in China, Asian country, Iran and Switzerland", the govt said in a very statement.

So far four people in Serbia, including a Chinese national, have tested positive for coronavirus.

09:56 GMT - Lebanon records first death
A 56-year-old Lebanese man has died from the coronavirus, marking the country's first recorded death from a virus that has to date infected 41 people within the country.

The man had been receiving treatment in a very state-run Beirut hospital, a health ministry source told the AFP news organisation, adding that the patient had recently returned from Egypt, which is additionally within the grip of COVID-19.

09:18 GMT - Japan unveils $4bn package
Japan unveiled a second package of measures worth about $4bn in spending to deal with the fallout of the coronavirus outbreak, that specialize in providing support to small and mid-sized firms, amid mounting concerns about the delicate economy.

The package of 430.8 billion yen ($4.1bn) in spending, reflects the pressure policymakers are under to bolster fragile growth and stem the danger of corporate bankruptcies, as event cancellations and weakened tourism threaten to hit the economy hard.

To help fund the package, the govt will tap the remainder of this fiscal year's budget reserve of about 270 billion yen ($2.6bn), Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said.

09:15 GMT - Wizz Air suspends all flights to Italy, Israel
Wizz Air has suspended all flights to Italy and Israel after the 2 countries announced moves to undertake to contain coronavirus, the low-cost carrier said.

Flights to and from Italian airports are cancelled from March 10 until April 3 and flights serving Israel's metropolis and Eilat are suspended from March 12 until March 23, the corporate said.

09:09 GMT - Polish president calls off big election rallies
Polish President Andrzej Duda said he won't organise large campaign meetings prior to elections in May in a very bid to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

"I have made the choice that i will be able to not organise large meetings in reference to my presidential campaign, because these are meetings that many people come to," state news organisation PAP quoted Duda as saying.

"It seems to me that the danger that this might cause the spread of coronavirus is just too great."

09:00 GMT - Beijing to increase winter heating season
Beijing will extend its winter heating season by every week until March 22 as a part of efforts to contain the coronavirus epidemic, an officer from the local government said.

The extension of the amount when centralised systems provide heat to homes will help people keep warm as they stay indoors, and limit the amount of individuals catching colds and visiting hospital where they risk infection, the official said.

08:58 GMT - European nation closing schools, banning events
The European nation will suspend schools aside from universities from Wednesday, and ban events hosting over 100 people, Prime Minister Andrej Babis said.

The country has to date reported 40 cases of coronavirus.

08:25 GMT - Number of cases in Philippines rises to 35
The Philippine health department has confirmed 11 new cases of COVID-19, raising the full number of individuals infected to 35.

President Rodrigo Duterte has placed the Philippines under a state of public health emergency, and suspended all school classes within the capital until Saturday.

Other restrictions in social activities were put in situ, including the suspension of visits at the national prison and live audiences in television shows.
08:17 GMT - Payments on mortgages to be suspended across Italy
Payments on mortgages are suspended across Italy thanks to the coronavirus outbreak, Italy's deputy economy minister said.

"Yes, which will be the case, for people and households," Laura Castelli said in an interview with Radio Anch'io.

Italy's banking lobby ABI said on Monday lenders representing 90 percent of total banking assets would offer debt moratoriums to small firms and households grappling with the economic fallout from the coronavirus outbreak.

08:05 GMT - Italy lockdown: what are the restrictions?
Italy is that the first state to place over 60 million people on lockdown to stem the spread of coronavirus.

All sporting events, schools and universities are cancelled. Places of public gathering like cinemas, theatres and nightclubs remain closed.

Religious ceremonies including funerals and weddings will be postponed.

06:57 GMT - Palestinian COVID-19 cases jump to 26
Palestinian authorities confirmed a brand new coronavirus case within the occupied geographical area.

"The Health Ministry has reported a brand new coronavirus case in Bethlehem, which increased the amount of individuals infected with coronavirus to 26," government spokesman Ibrahim Melhem said in a very statement.

Last week, the Palestinian Health Ministry announced a state of emergency in Bethlehem and Jericho over suspected coronavirus cases.

06:57 GMT - German tourist diagnosed with coronavirus in northern Cyprus
A German woman on holiday in northern Cyprus has been diagnosed with coronavirus, Anadolu news organisation reported.

The Greek Cypriot government within the island's south also confirmed its first two cases of coronavirus on Monday.

05:25 GMT - Hubei introduces 'health code' system to induce people back to figure
Authorities in China's Hubei said on Tuesday they'll implement a "health code" mobile phone-based monitoring system to start out allowing people to travel within the province, because it tries to induce life back to normal.

The statement, published on the government's website, said the move was geared toward promoting the resumption of labor and production.

China's President Xi Jinping arrived within the urban center, Wuhan, on Tuesday for his first visit and is meeting medical workers et al. involved within the fight against the virus.

04:30 GMT - Singapore to prevent free treatment for foreign visitors with COVID-19
Foreign visitors will need to pay if they're treated for COVID-19 at Singapore's public hospitals to "prioritise" resources given an expected rise in cases, the Ministry of Health said in its daily update on the coronavirus situation within the country.

The decision came into effect on March 7.

Testing of foreign visitors - people on short-term visit passes - will still be free, while residents and people on long-term passes will still receive free testing and treatment at government facilities, it said.

04:00 GMT - Gates, other charities pledge $125m towards COVID-19 treatments
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Wellcome and Mastercard pledged $125m to support the event of treatments for the coronavirus.

The effort, called the COVID-19 Therapeutics Accelerator, will target identifying, assessing and developing new and repurposed drugs that may be wont to treat patients.

It will also target ensuring the drugs are affordable and available to less privileged populations.

03:40 GMT - Incoming Trump chief of staff in self-quarantine
Incoming White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows has put himself in quarantine because he may need inherit contact with someone who tested positive for the coronavirus, his spokesman said Monday.

Meadows isn't exhibiting symptoms, and a precautionary test came back negative, the spokesman said on Twitter.

"Mark Meadows was advised this weekend that now 12 days prior at CPAC, he may have inherit contact with the COVID-19 positive test individual," the tweet said, bearing on a conservative conference that passed late last month.

"He'll be self-quarantined till the 14 day period passes Wednesday."

Trump appointed Meadows to the post of chief of staff on Friday.

03:20 GMT - China's Xi Jinping on first visit to Wuhan: State media
China's Global Times is reporting that President Xi Jinping has arrived in Wuhan on his first visit to town where the coronavirus originated at the top of last year.

We will bring you more details as we get them.

03:05 GMT - price in China hotel/quarantine facility collapse jumps to twenty
The price from the collapse of a hotel used as a coronavirus quarantine facility in eastern China has risen to twenty, the Ministry of Emergency Management said at a conference on Tuesday.

Ten people are still feared trapped within the rubble.

The building within the coastal city of Quanzhou was being employed to accommodate people that had recently been in regions hit by COVID-19, in line with the local newspaper Quanzhou Evening News.

It collapsed on Saturday evening.
02:55 GMT - Japan to announce second package of virus measures
Japan's government is thanks to unveil the second package of measures to deal with the fallout from the coronavirus outbreak.

Finance Minister Taro Aso says the measures will target financial backing for tiny businesses but also are expected to incorporate subsidies to folks who must go away due to closed schools, and to fortify medical facilities.

02:20 GMT - Mongolia seals off cities after coronavirus found
Mongolia has barred anyone from entering or leaving its cities for 6 days after reporting its first case of coronavirus.

"The capital Ulaanbaatar and every one province centres are quarantined until March 16 to curb the outbreak," Deputy Prime Minister Enkhtuvshin Ulziisaikhan told a conference.

02:05 GMT - Trump not tested for coronavirus - White House
US President Donald Trump has not been tested for the coronavirus while a minimum of two lawmakers with whom he has recently inherit contact are in self-isolation after attending a conference where a delegate was confirmed with the virus.

"The President has not received COVID-19 testing because he has neither had prolonged close contact with any known confirmed COVID-19 patients, nor does he have any symptoms. President Trump remains in excellent health, and his physician will still closely monitor him," White House spokeswoman Stephanie Grisham said in a very statement.

02:00 GMT - Panama confirms first coronavirus case
A 40-year-old woman in Panama has tested positive for coronavirus, the country's health minister said on Monday, the country's first case.

The unnamed woman had travelled from Spain and sought hospitalisation for fever and cough when she arrived in Panama, Health Minister Rosario Turner told reporters.

The woman, whose nationality wasn't disclosed, has since been sent zero in stable condition, the minister added.

01:25 GMT - Asian country reports 131 new cases of coronavirus
South Korea has just released the primary of its two daily updates.

The Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says the country had 131 new coronavirus cases on Tuesday, bringing total infections to 7,513.
According to the Al Jazeera's source Rob McBride said from Seoul "(The number) is constant this steady downward trend that we have seen now for some days," . "You need to remember this can be supported literally thousands of tests that are being done, actively seeking out new cases among high-risk groups."

01:15 GMT - Mongolia confirms first coronavirus case in French national
Mongolia said on Tuesday that a French national working within the country had been confirmed to possess the coronavirus, marking the country's first case.

The National Emergency Commission said in a very statement the individual travelled to Mongolia from France via Moscow. it's identified 42 people the patient met and an extra 142 individuals who had close contact with the person.

01:05 GMT - 31 people in Seattle care home confirmed with virus
A spokesman for the Seattle-area home - the positioning of the worst COVID-19 outbreak within the US - said on Monday that 31 residents still living within the home have tested positive for the virus.

Authorities have said 19 coronavirus deaths are linked to the Life Care Center of Kirkland, including three that were announced on Monday.

Life Care Center spokesman Tim Killian says the house remains awaiting the end result of 20 other tests. Killian said residents who have tested positive are treated at the centre, and people who test negative are moved to a unique a part of the building.

00:55 GMT - Morocco suspends all Italy travel
Moroccan Prime Minister Saad Eddine el-Othmani said timely Tuesday that his country is suspending all visit and from Italy amid fears about the coronavirus.

"Due to coronavirus spread in Italy, government of Morocco decided to suspend all visit and from Italy until further notice," the prime minister wrote on his Twitter account.

00:50 GMT - Albania closes schools, stops Italy flights and ferries
Albania has closed schools for 2 weeks and suspended flight and ferries to Italy until April 3 after reporting its first cases of the coronavirus on Monday.

More than 400,000 Albanians board Italy.

00:20 GMT - China cases still slow
Mainland China reported 19 new cases of coronavirus infections on Monday, the National Health Commission said on Tuesday, down from 40 cases the day before.

That brings the full number of confirmed cases in Asian country to date to 80,754.

The price from the outbreak in China reached 3,136 as of the top of Monday, up by 17 from the previous day.

The central province of Hubei, the epicentre of the outbreak, reported 17 new deaths, all of which were within the urban center of Wuhan.

00:15 GMT - Qantas grounds planes, CEO gives up pay
Australian airline Qantas has grounded eight of its 10 A380 planes and is rerouting flights because it grapples with a pointy call in demand.

Qantas and its budget airline Jetstar will cut international routes by 25 percent for the subsequent six months with the largest reductions in Asia and therefore the US.

"In the past fortnight, we have seen a pointy call in bookings on our international network because the global coronavirus spread continues," CEO Alan Joyce said.

"We expect lower demand to continue for the subsequent several months, so instead of taking a piecemeal approach, we're cutting capacity bent mid-September."

Joyce is Australia's highest-paid CEO, receiving 24m Australian dollars ($15m) in obtain the 2018 year. He won't receive a salary for the remainder of the year, which ends on June 30 in Australia.

Other Qantas executives will take a 30-percent salary cut, and there'll be no bonuses for management.

Staff are being encouraged to require annual and unpaid leave.

00:00 GMT - First passengers leave Grand Princess ocean liner in California
The first passengers are being taken ashore from the Grand Princess, a ocean liner that confirmed 21 coronavirus cases, within the California port of Oakland.

US vice chairman Mike Pence said those with the virus were "being handled in proper isolation".

The Grand Princess has over 3,500 passengers and crew on board.

Emergency workers in gowns, gloves, respirators and face shields took those requiring immediate treatment to waiting ambulances.

California Governor Gavin Newsom said people will leave the ship in small groups. over 900 passengers from the state are on the ship.

"Anyone ... symptomatic ... are fitted with a surgical mask and disembarked via a separate gangway" to avoid disease spread, a press release from Newsom's office said.

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