Quarantined Cruise Ship Couple To Return Home To North Texas Monday

Quarantined Cruise Ship Couple To Return Home To North Texas Monday


WIDELY AVAILABLE FOR AT LEAST A YEAR. ANTIVIRAL DRUGS AND OTHER THERAPIES ARE BEING STUDIED. FOR NOW, THE MAIN TREATMENT INVOLVES SUPPORTIVE CARE INCLUDING BREATHING TUBES IN CASES OF SEVERE LUNG DAMAGE. BY THE WAY, A NORTH TEXAS COUPLE IS SPENDING ONE MORE NIGHT IN QUARANTINE BEFORE THEY GET THE OPPORTUNITY TO COME HOME. TYLER AND RACHEL TORRES ARE FROM IRVING HAVING SPENT TWO WEEKS IN QUARANTINE AT LACKLAND AIR FORCE BASE IN SAN ANTONIO. THEY WERE AMONG HUNDREDS OF PASSENGERS ON BOARD THE DIAMOND PRINCESS CRUISE SHIP WHERE DOZENS OF PEOPLE WERE INFECTED WITH THE VIRUS. THEY HAVE NOT EXPERIENCED ANY SYMPTOMS OF THE ILLNESS AT ALL.

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  1. The Coronavirus/COVID-19 crisis is destined to expose many of the “dirty little secrets” of cruise ship life, not the least of which is frequent contamination of food with human feces and bodily fluids. Even minor contagious ailments often run rampant in the closed environment of a cruise ship. Passengers coming from various areas of the world possess varying levels of evolved antibodies to a number of diseases. A disease that is harmless to some can be devastating to others.

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