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U.S. to send aircraft to fetch U.S. passengers from quarantined ship


U.S. to send aircraft to fetch U.S. passengers from quarantined ship
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The United States will send an aircraft to Japan to bring back U.S. passengers on the Diamond Princess, a cruise ship under quarantine in Japan, on board which the most coronavirus infections outside China have occurred, the U.S. embassy said.

The aircraft will arrive in Japan on Sunday evening, the U.S. embassy said in a letter to the American passengers, in a letter on its website on Saturday.

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