On January 20, the Diamond Princess cruise ship departed from Yokohama, Japan with 2,666 passengers in tow for what was supposed to be a leisurely 14-day voyage around the South Pacific. Just days later, games, shows and buffets were canceled and guests quarantined in their rooms as reports began to circulate that a disembarked passenger had tested positive for a virulent, deadly virus that had broken out in China several weeks before....

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