Coronavirus: 5 S'poreans on quarantined cruise ship well amid rising infections and 2 deaths

The World Health Organisation has said that the cases on the Diamond Princess are "cases on an international conveyance". PHOTO: AFP
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SINGAPORE - Five Singaporeans quarantined aboard the Diamond Princess cruise ship remain physically well after more than two weeks, The Straits Times understands.

This comes as two Japanese passengers in their 80s were reported to have died from the coronavirus, according to broadcaster NHK on Thursday (Feb 20).

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