The effects of the coronavirus continued to take hold on Wednesday as Japan’s health minister reported a total of 174 cases, plus a quarantine officer, the largest number of infections outside China. The new confirmed cases from the Diamond Princess cruise ship that had 3,700 people on board makes it the largest single cluster of the newly named COVID-19 virus outside its origin in China, where it has killed more than 1,100. Read more: Coronavirus: What’s it like being quarantined on the Diamond Princess cruise ship? Two given a clean bill of health in Russia In Russia, two Chinese nationals hospitalized with COVID-19 since the end of January have now fully recovered from the disease and were discharged from hospitals this week, officials said. A tourist from China hospitalized in the Zabaykalye region in eastern Siberia was allowed to leave hospital after tests revealed he was no longer infected and “posed no danger to people around him,” local health officials said. On Tuesday, a hospital in the Tyumen region in western Siberia discharged a female student who was also diagnosed with the virus. Both patients, officials said, suffered from a mild form of the disease. Watch video 02:27 Share China coronavirus censorship Send… Read full this story
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