Chef José Andrés’ NGO delivers food to quarantined passengers on cruise ship | ABC News

Chef José Andrés’ NGO World Central Kitchen prepared food for passengers and crew members quarantined on the Diamond Princess cruise in Yokohama, Japan. The two-week quarantine ends Wednesday, as thousands are set to disembark over the nexts several days. https://abcn.ws/2wvxnEU

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19 thoughts on “Chef José Andrés’ NGO delivers food to quarantined passengers on cruise ship | ABC News

  1. But surely the cruise ship is covered by insurance that can keep the meals rolling… Do they need this help more than refugees in Lampedusa or Lesbos or homeless people in the US?

  2. This virus is toooooooo infectious. Never seen any virus that spreads so fast like this.
    And experts are still saying they don't think the virus can be spread by air? They are still saying the main transmission route is through droplets emitted by coughing and sneezing over a small distance? They don't even want to add that simply speaking can also cause the virus to be transmitted. They gave the impression that unless you are in a very close proximity with someone who is infected and is coughing or sneezing, you are almost sure to be safe.
    The entire ship is almost doomed and it started with just 1 person with the virus.
    Who the hell in their right mind would still claim the virus is transmitted only through droplets from an infected person coughing and sneezing???

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