Coronavirus cases confirmed among Australian Diamond Princess evacuees in Darwin

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Authorities confirm two people evacuated to Darwin from the Diamond Princess cruise ship yesterday have tested positive for coronavirus.

Authorities have confirmed two people evacuated to Darwin from the Diamond Princess cruise ship yesterday have tested positive for coronavirus.

The 164 people from the cruise ship will spend two weeks in quarantine at the Howard Springs quarantine centre. "Given there was continued evidence of spread of infection on board the Diamond Princes in recent days, the development of some positive cases after return to Australia is not unexpected, despite all of the health screening before departure," he said in a statement.

 

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and some of them didn't want to be quarantined for another two weeks. selfish

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And some of them are still whingeing about having to stay another 2 weeks in confinement.

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