A Japanese man and woman in their 80s, both of whom had underlying health conditions, have died after contracting COVID-19, Japanese officials said.
The Diamond Princess cruise ship is the only place where health officials have seen the disease spread efficiently beyond China.
The individuals had tested negative for the virus before they were evacuated from the quarantined Diamond Princess cruise ship, officials said Monday.
The Americans are among 355 people who have tested positive for the virus while aboard the Diamond Princess, a Japanese official said.
The development complicated belated U.S. government efforts to evacuate Americans trapped on the Diamond Princess cruise ship quarantined off Japan.
Dozens more passengers quarantined on The Diamond Princess cruise ship in Japan tested positive for the deadly coronavirus.
Twenty-eight passengers have tested positive for the virus so far.
A Princess Cruises ship will be under quarantine for 14 days after Japanese health officials found 10 people aboard who tested positive for the coronavirus.
The woman climbed out of her balcony to pose for a picture. She ended up being removed from the ship at its next port of call.
Because praying to the porcelain goddess is no way to spend a vacation.
Salvatore Anello was reportedly holding his 18-month-old granddaughter when she slipped from his hands and fell 150 feet to a cruise ship deck.
At least five people sustained injuries in the accident, according to local media.
Several people sustained injuries, some serious, in the crash near the town of Ketchikan. One person remains unaccounted for, Princess Cruises said.
Passengers and crew were not allowed to leave the ship during the quarantine because of the possibility of spreading the highly contagious disease.
The cruise operator reportedly discharged over half a million gallons of pollution into the ocean after a court penalized it for past dumping.
About 900 people were still on board as the ship arrived at the port of Molde on Norway’s west coast.
The Viking Sky hit bad weather near Norway and began evacuating passengers one-by-one.
No injuries have been reported, but the ship destroyed two piers.
Royal Caribbean has banned Nick Naydev for life for the viral stunt.
The two men from Costa Rica had reportedly been adrift since Dec. 1.