Travis AFB evacuees to be released from quarantine
The evacuees from the Diamond Princess cruise transport who were quarantined at Travis Air Force Base are being released Monday.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said that up to 140 individuals who have been under quarantine for the new coronavirus never again represent a risk to the community and will be permitted to return home.
Buses will take the evacuees to both the Sacramento International Airport and the San Francisco International Airport.
No extraordinary accommodations are being made for travelers from Travis AFB, as indicated by SMF authorities.
Many families showed up at Travis AFB Feb. 7. Government health authorities have been liable for thinking about the cruise ship evacuees during the quarantine period.
While most get to go home Monday, the quarantine period was stretched out for around twelve travelers who have had close contact with somebody who tested positive for the coronavirus.
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