Written by: He Wenhan Cheng Yihua
2020-02-14 18:23Last updated: 2020-02-14 18:24
The "Diamond Princess" cruise ship carrying 3,700 people has been anchored in the sea area of Yokohama, Japan since February 4, and all personnel have been quarantined at sea. As more and more people are diagnosed with the new coronavirus on board, many passengers Worried and sighed that he was "prisoned", the crew was under heavy pressure.
Fortunately, the ship also has some positive energy stories recently, including some passengers pasting notes with thank-you notes on the door of the room to express their gratitude to the crew. Yokohama brand "Sakiyoken" delivered 4,000 bento at a stretch to cheer passengers, crew and on-site support staff.
Some passengers on the cruise ship "Diamond Princess" thanked the crew for their care and wrote thank you words (Twitter @ keto444)
"Princess Diamond" carried more than 2,000 passengers, including 260 Hong Kong people, and there were more than 1,000 crew members on the cruise ship. Many crew members were still performing their duties. They wore masks and gloves to work, but still risked Risk of contracting infection from infected passengers.
Some passengers also deeply understand the difficult situation facing the crew. Some netizens uploaded photos to the social networking site Twitter, showing that passengers posted thank you words on the door of the room to express their gratitude to the crew.
The Internet user Tina said in an interview with Japan Today that she had worked on the ship. The photo was passed to her by a crew member who is currently on the cruise. She said that "the media reports are very negative. I I feel very sad, but everyone is really grateful for each other and try their best. "
As you can see from the photos, a passenger named Yuki said, "To all crew members: Thank you every time. I think everyone is tired, but please do your best. I really appreciate it. Let ’s overcome it together. , I love everyone. "In addition, some travelers draw pictures on notes.
Japanese companies give away 4,000 burn-out lunches
Japanese media also reported that Yokohama brand Saki Yoshinori decided on February 12 to send out 4,000 copies of burnt lunches to the passengers and crew on board to cheer them on, and 200 of them will also be given to medical staff who support cruise ships at the scene.
According to information released by the Japanese Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare on February 13, at least 218 people have been diagnosed with the new type of coronary pneumonia in the cruise ship "Diamond Princess". They will accept quarantine at least until February 19.
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