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n95 masks, However, as a further precaution, Department of Health Officials are also examining one additional Nepalese crew member who displayed a fever last night and has been transferred to a public hospital for further testing, Dream Cruises said in a statement shared with Fox News. It was unclear how long passengers would be kept on the World Dream, which is currently docked at the Kai Tak Cruise Terminal in Hong Kong. Dream Cruises currently says  no passengers or crew will be allowed to disembark from World Dream until the test results from the affected crew members have been confirmed.

n95 masks - CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP As of Thursday morning, the coronavirus had claimed the lives of 563 people, with over 28,000 infected worldwide. The U.S. also had reported 12 confirmed cases. Fox News' David Aaro and the Associated Press contributed to this report.

n95 masks, Exclusive: Lindy Li is Princeton University’s Alumni President, and she delivers Fox News the latest on the quarantines at the school and how it is dealing with fears of students and beyond when it comes to coronavirus. American universities are reconsidering their study abroad programs this year, following the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, which has reached the United States after originating in Wuhan, China. Hundreds of thousands of students in the U.S., Europe and Australia could be affected by the changes, according to The Associated Press.

n95 masks - Schools are reportedly assessing the risk factors in their study abroad programs, and others have prohibited travel to and from China following a recommendation from U.S. officials. “That door has been, if not slammed shut, certainly closed for the immediate future,” Michael Schoenfeld, Duke University’s vice president for public affairs and government relations told the AP. Duke, which operates a campus in China in a partnership with Wuhan University, closed its campus in Kunshan to nonessential personnel until Feb. 24.

n95 masks - The school also assisted students who had recently applied for Chinese residency to obtain their passports from local officials so they could travel back home. CORONAVIRUS: PRESIDENT TRUMP SAID US AUTHORITIES 'SHUT IT DOWN.' HERE'S WHAT THAT MEANS There are 12 confirmed cases of the novel virus in the U.S., the first of which occurred in a Washington State man who has since been released from the hospital. Six other cases have been confirmed in California, as well as one in Wisconsin, one in Arizona, one in Massachusetts and two in Illinois. No deaths have been reported in the U.S., and the large majority of cases still remain in China. Overall, some 563 people have died of the virus and more than 28,000 have been sickened worldwide.