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COVID-19 analysis to individual Canadian couple on cruise ship





Canadian Greg Yerex has tested constructive for the novel coronavirus aboard the Diamond Princess cruise ship, forcing him into a Japanese healthcare facility. His wife, who has not tested constructive, will be authorized to board a flight back to Canada, where she will be between individuals quarantined for fourteen times.

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47 comments

  1. Just gas the whole ship

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  2. Till when I will keep scrolling down looking for comments section

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  3. I’ve seen so many comments, “ l would never leave my husband”
    My husband would never allow me to stay. They both know it’s a matter of time before the wife tests positive. My hubby would drug me, threaten divorce if i at least didn’t take the chance to go home before my infection was known. Maybe they have children/ grandkids. Wouldn’t it be better for the family if one parent had a fighting chance.
    Horribly hard decision to make.

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  4. Can the next real Canadian Gov defund the CBC please BIGGEST POS in the world

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  5. STAY on the ship

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  6. So terribly sad 😢

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  7. Canada's state broadcaster is imploding in on itself like a dying star and Justin Trudeau’s Liberals have given a retroactive raise to the CEO overseeing the wreck.

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  8. CATHERINE TAIT IS OVERPAID AND SHOULD RESIGN. SHE DESTROYED THE CBC. LITERALLY DESTROYED…IDGAF because i don't watch the propaganda arm of the libtardian gov but CANADA should care as a whole that we are getting NOTHING from this dumb woman in this position.

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  9. not nice to leave him..id divorce her

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  10. Boomers and their Cruise trips.

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  11. Soap opera about privileged white boomers, notice the obsessive media focus on them whether American, Canadian or Aussie? Distraction.

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  12. I can't believe how illogical every government is being, this woman's in close contact 24/7 with her husband, she may not be positive now, I guarantee she will be when she's in Canada, so you've seperated them, causing emotional pain which could make things harder for them AND you've taken an unnecessary risk. Well played.

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  13. You are not in their situation if you are not there. Just saying, perhaps refrain from being too critical if you don not understand the whole situation. There's a H— of a lot of unknowns.

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  14. Can someone explain to me how only ONE of the couple gets the virus when they both sharing everything

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  15. That shows the test for 2019 CORV is not 100%, it is not accurate, you can have a pneumonia, and show no symptoms.

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  16. They are getting rid of the ones that are speaking out.

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  17. I am sure that the Japanese hospitals can make available some nice cute English speaking interpreter or nurse.

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  18. Let's not forget about the virus: how is it feeling? Is it ok? Does it need a hug? Is it being welcomed in society properly with the right support staff in place? The Canadian government welcomes the virus into the larger Canadian family of viruses. It may not be the popular thing to do, but it's the right thing to do.

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  19. 😳🦠

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  20. I'd think that it would be very sensible and prudent to cut off the big beard that must host lots of bacteria hoarding viruses…and WHO receommend this to others too as hygiene standard.
    The wife will likely just have had false negatives or after a few more tests test positive. The mans beard and any persons hair could be considered a bacterial/virus infestation net and sanctuary…just like that of a cruise ships ventilation ducting and filters, door handles etc.

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  21. Our government is useless on so many levels

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  22. So she’s sharing air with someone who’s infected and touching him but she gets to board a plane? What?!

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  23. Why is the ship quarantine going to end if there are still new confirmed cases everyday and still not everyone has been tested?

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  24. Um… she has the virus. She is right there with him. There is no way she doesn't have the virus!

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  25. There's enough coronavirus in that beard to spread it for another two years

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  26. Keep them together in Canada….!!!

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  27. You r gonna be alone

    Can u give him an injection to knock him out?

    If he is unaware of the experiments on him

    He wont cause anymore trouble

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  28. Wait, why isn't she quarantined as well? She's making very close physical contact with him and even breathing his air! How is she not diagnosed or at least kept quarantined as a safety precaution?

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  29. Wtf, if he has it, and she is right beside him without any protection, then she has it too! Come on. This can't be real, if he can't leave, she shouldn't leave either. What in the world is going on here.

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  30. What if she is still incubating? How reliable is this test?

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  31. I understand the passengers’ impatience, but our safety in Canada is more important than their annoyance. Very selfish to complain when they are given the opportunity to be flown home provided that they test negative. I don’t care how long they have to be quarantined. Too bad, but it was their decision to take that doomed cruise in the first place. Now they are asking to be rescued. So they are getting it provided that they are not a danger to people in Canada. Hope every one of them makes it back safely, eventually.

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  32. I do not understand it is ok to travel all over the world now problem is hospital and not knowing Language…..or there is no food you are eating at home…..

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  33. Strong report, what BS. Exploitation of a silly situation. The ship should have never been allowed to enter port, quarantine is NOT to protect the Pax, but to protect the community from them. I feel sorry for them, but they need to think in terms of personal sacrifice for the greater good. All too late now that quarantine has been broken, they might as well have been taken off when it was first broken.

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  34. This is sad. That cruise ship has been a floating petri dish for coronavirus 😏

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  35. i do not understand why they are scared. japan has one of the best health care system. and you will get it for free.

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  36. What a clusterf#%$. I find it very hard to believe that one is positive and the other negative. Something is very wrong here.

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  37. Poor guy

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  38. every one need leave ship at once!!virus can spread by center air-conditioning!!!

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  39. Japan should have tested everyone on the ship day 1 of the quarantine, then removed any people (to hospitals) that where diagnosed as positively infected. The ship's crew should have been rotated out day 1 of the ship quarantine & then been quarantined on land (tested and separated if any of them where diagnosed positive), a fresh crew serving quarantined guests without the virus should have been implemented day 1 of the quarantine. These procedures would have prevented almost 600 people becoming infected, some 20 of them now in critical condition. Everybody at the top (W.H.O, Princess Cruise Lines, Japanese Health Authority, global Governments that have citizens detained) dropped the ball badly on this. It's almost criminal. I feel sorry for all of the Diamond Princess crew & passengers that where subject to this chaos, mostly for those that became ill un-necessarily, and all face longer delays trying to get home to family & jobs.

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  40. Everyone on that ship knew there was an epidemic in China when they left. It was foolish and irresponsible for them to board the ship in the first place. It was staggering irresponsible and possibly criminally negligent for princess cruises to sail to Asia in the midst of an epidemic. There are now 300 cruise ships on the sea with 500,000 people on board. Taxpayers should not be responsible to pay for irresponsible fools. If a plane is sent the people should pay their share of the cost or look to the cruise line to get them home.

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  41. Hey Canada, Good Morning Briton has silenced comments on Dave and Sally getting off the ship by the Japanese. They are putting them where they can't have a phone or wifi. No medical at all. What is going on. Why isn't Brirish authorities getting them out of there? They say they are positive for the virus, but they are being put in a place with no medical staff. Very fishy. Something is wrong. Someone do something. Can Canada get them out of there? Would be great.🤗🥰😎

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  42. Scared of the JAPANESE medical system which is world class? Canadian health care is a joke and is made from Doctors from 3rd world countries. Canadas homegrown best Doctors work in USA

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  43. Trudeau and the Canadian Government better get on this whole coronavirus situation. The biggest pandemic is coming to Canada since the Spanish Flu. They are doing nothing and the media is not doing there job. The Spanish Flu era didn't have the ability to deal with it or a warning. We are being given a HUGE warning so we have some time to do something about it. We don't need Government officials blabbing about nothing anymore.

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  44. She is probably going to catch it as well but why has she not got it, is she immune? – such a sad situation.

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  45. The news presenter said that Cornwall has a population of 1,500 people. According to the 2016 Canadian census Cornwall has a population of 45,723 people.

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  46. The woman is infected as well. She should stay with her husband and get tested again. Incubation must be longer for her than her husband's.

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  47. 2 weeks cruising on the infected plague ship. 2 weeks in close quarters quarantine together. Virus infected air flowing through the cabins, food prepared by virus infected crew. This Virus is more contagious than the average flu. The fact that it can take 45 days (speculation at this point but know at least 14 days, one case 24 days) to show symptoms. Does anyone else want to render a guess on If the wife is infected at this point? Look at what happened to the people America flew home. There were 14 (so far) that we know of infected and showing no symptoms.

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