Coronavirus-hit Costa Atlantica leaves Nagasaki, Japan

   May 31, 2020 ,   Accidents

The CSSC Carnival China Cruise Shipping-owned liner Costa Atlantica left Port Nagasaki Japan on Sunday, May 31, after all its tested negative for Coronavirus (COVID-19).

The vessel left Koyagi Plant (en route for Manila Philippines, after undergoing maintenance works at Mitsubishi's Nagasaki Shipyard.

Costa Atlantica cruise ship

From April 20, 2020, 149 Costa Atlantica crew (out of 600 total) were became infected with Coronavirus. All were isolated in separate passenger staterooms and the negative-tested crew were repatriated via flights from Japan. A total of 495 crew are already repatriated. 6 remain hospitalized in Nagasaki and will be allowed to return home as soon as they test negative.

For other Costa Atlantica accidents and incidents see at the ship's CruiseMinus page.

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