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Volume 26, Number 11—November 2020
Research

Epidemiology of COVID-19 Outbreak on Cruise Ship Quarantined at Yokohama, Japan, February 2020

Expert Taskforce for the COVID-19 Cruise Ship Outbreak1
Author affiliation: National Institute for Infectious Diseases, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, Japan

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Spatial mapping of coronavirus disease cases aboard cruise ship quarantined in Japan, by deck, February 3–25, 2020. The ship had 18 decks (i.e., floors). Decks 4–14 contained cabin rooms for passengers; decks 2 and 3 were for crew. Red dots indicate the latest cases in cabins (i.e., cases with illness onset starting February 13–16 or infected but asymptomatic persons whose samples tested positive by real-time reverse transcription PCR from February 16 onward. Orange dots represent cases in passengers or crew who appeared to be infected before those periods.

Figure 2. Spatial mapping of coronavirus disease cases aboard cruise ship quarantined in Japan, by deck, February 3–25, 2020. The ship had 18 decks (i.e., floors). Decks 4–14 contained cabin rooms for passengers; decks 2 and 3 were for crew. Red dots indicate the latest cases in cabins (i.e., cases with illness onset starting February 13–16 or infected but asymptomatic persons whose samples tested positive by real-time reverse transcription PCR from February 16 onward. Orange dots represent cases in passengers or crew who appeared to be infected before those periods.

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1Members listed at the end of this article.

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