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"The appropriate timing for the introduction of quarantine measures is what will determine how effective they are. If they are introduced too soon they might not be sustained, if they are introduced too late they might not be effective" - Dr. Michael Tildesley.
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A Russian woman who escaped her coronavirus quarantine by climbing out of a hospital window said conditions in the facility were unsanitary.
Candles lit for Japanese in coronavirus quarantine
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About 3,700 people have been confined aboard the Diamond Princess, which was placed under a 14-day quarantine earlier in the week.