FAST FIVE: Japan Releases First 500 'Diamond Princess' Passengers As 14-Day Quarantine Ends
Japan Releases First 500 'Diamond Princess' Passengers As 14-Day Quarantine Ends Summary: Death toll passes 2,000 as Hubei reports 132 deaths for Tuesday Japan to release first wave of 500 passengers + crew at 10:30 am in Tokyo Florida health officials mysteriously refuse to share virus info with reporters Russia bars all Chinese from entering NYT notes signs of impending economic distress South Korea announces “emergency steps” to prepare for outbreak.
However, veteran journalists in the state pressed the surgeon general: These numbers were shared with the public during Zika, and since the numbers don't include any personalized details, there shouldn't be any conflict with HIPPA.
Like many carmakers, Jaguar Land Rover uses parts made in China, where many factories have shut down or slowed production; Fiat Chrysler, Renault and Hyundai have already reported interruptions as a result.
That's one-tenth of China's population, and 1% of the global population.
Japanese Health Minister Katsunobu Kato said Tuesday that people who have tested negative for the virus would start leaving on Wednesday, but that the process of releasing passengers and crew won't be finished until Friday, according to the Washington Post.