More than 100 Americans who were on the Diamond Princess cruise ship have finally gone home. 2 shared photos and details from their quarantine on a military base.
- About 140 Americans evacuated from the coronavirus-stricken Diamond Princess cruise ship finished their US quarantine on Monday and headed home.
- Two students shared photos from their experience of being quarantined at a military base in California.
- During the quarantine, they played soccer, scoured laundry rooms for hand sanitizer, and got their final coronavirus test results.
- One of them described the experience as “somewhere between a zombie movie and summer camp.”
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More than 100 Americans who were on the Diamond Princess cruise ship finished nearly a month of quarantine on Monday.
The ship hosted one of the largest outbreaks of the new coronavirus outside China. More than 700 people who were onboard have tested positive. Passengers were kept in their rooms on the ship for two weeks, then about 320 Americans evacuated by the US government had to complete another 14 days of isolation at military bases.
Two American graduate students, Spencer Fehrenbacher and Gordon Christoph, shared their experience and their photos from quarantine on California’s Travis Air Force Base. They were released on Monday.
“I can’t lie, it’s great,” Christoph …continued .
[Source: Business Insider]