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Quarantined Ewa Beach couple tries to stay positive aboard cruise ship

  • COURTESY ERIC AND DEBBIE PAGAN
                                Eric and Debbie Pagan of Ewa Beach, under quarantine aboard the Diamond Princess, took a selfie in their cabin as the television played in the background.

    COURTESY ERIC AND DEBBIE PAGAN

    Eric and Debbie Pagan of Ewa Beach, under quarantine aboard the Diamond Princess, took a selfie in their cabin as the television played in the background.

  • ASSOCIATED PRESS 
                                Members of the media gathered outside the Diamond Princess cruise ship on Tuesday, above.

    ASSOCIATED PRESS

    Members of the media gathered outside the Diamond Princess cruise ship on Tuesday, above.

  • ASSOCIATED PRESS
                                Two people waved from the quarantined Diamond Princess cruise ship in Yokohama, near Tokyo, on Tuesday. Japan’s Health Minister Katsunobu Kato said the government was considering testing everyone remaining on board the vessel, which would require them to remain aboard until results were available.

    ASSOCIATED PRESS

    Two people waved from the quarantined Diamond Princess cruise ship in Yokohama, near Tokyo, on Tuesday. Japan’s Health Minister Katsunobu Kato said the government was considering testing everyone remaining on board the vessel, which would require them to remain aboard until results were available.

  • ASSOCIATED PRESS 
                                 A woman held a teddy bear Tuesday on the balcony of the Diamond Princess.

    ASSOCIATED PRESS

    A woman held a teddy bear Tuesday on the balcony of the Diamond Princess.

  • COURTESY ERIC AND DEBBIE PAGAN
                                Stewards make their way through passenger decks on the ship delivering food and drink.

    COURTESY ERIC AND DEBBIE PAGAN

    Stewards make their way through passenger decks on the ship delivering food and drink.

Halfway through a two-week quarantine on a cruise ship docked in Japan, an Ewa Beach couple is trying to stay patient as the number of people aboard the ship who have tested positive for the new coronavirus continues to grow. Read more

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