They were among hundreds of U.S. citizens and their family members who arrived back in the U.S. on charter flights early Monday.
The evacuees from the Diamond Princess cruise ship were deemed asymptomatic and fit to fly before the evacuation. But after they left the ship and went to the airport, U.S. officials received notice that 14 had tested positive for COVID-19, according to a State Department statement.
All of the evacuees will remain under quarantine for 14 days, and those with positive test results will be isolated, the State Department said. Tensions on the ship had been running high before the evacuation, with some Americans saying they were being treated "like a prisoner."
Jameela Jamil, an English actress, model and the founder of the inclusivity advocacy group I Weigh, is in the midst of an unusual controversy involving accusations about the validity of claims she’s made about her own health.
Reducing added sugar is one of the best things you can do to improve your health. But you’d be surprised how much added sugar sneaks into many packaged foods, including savory ones. Try these healthy swaps to cut back.
"Even now, very few people learn about it in history classes. Most of the people I've talked to in Colorado don't know there was a Japanese internment camp here. It really was erased from history almost completely."
In the fictional home of Romeo and Juliet, the Juliet Club answers letters from hopeless romantics seeking advice. Founded in Verona, Italy in 1972, the club responds to thousands of letters every year.