The people over at USA Today found some experts to answer some burning questions that travelers have about travel and coronavirus. This is one that you’ll want to hop over and read the full article to get all the answers.
As Diamond Princess cruise ship passengers begin to disembark after a 14-day coronavirus quarantine in Japan, and MS Westerdam passengers have been cleared to depart Cambodia after a passenger who had been on the ship tested positive for the virus, questions remain about travel, especially cruising, during the coronavirus outbreak.
The number of confirmed cases in the coronavirus outbreak racing across China and seeping around the globe rolled past 75,000 on Wednesday, and more than 2,000 people have died.
As of Tuesday, 542 cases of the virus had been identified among the 3,711 quarantined passengers and crew of Princess Cruises’ Diamond Princess, making the ship the site of the most infections outside of China.
USA TODAY reporters covering coronavirus, including travel reporters Morgan Hines and Curtis Tate, took to Reddit Tuesday to answer some questions. Questions and answers have been edited for clarity.