A spokesman for Uruguay's Foreign Ministry said the ministry reached an agreement with Australia for a charter flight to arrive on Thursday (local time) to take the 96 Australian passengers and 16 New Zealanders aboard the Greg Mortimer cruise ship to Melbourne.
Another person was brought ashore on Sunday night, wheeled to a waiting ambulance.
More than a dozen Kiwis stuck on a coronavirus-stricken cruise ship off the coast of Uruguay will return home to New Zealand, on the receiving end of some ANZAC spirit in their bid to get home.
He also says while he has tested negative his roommate in the ship's cabin tested positive.
The situation on board the ships rapidly transformed from holiday to misery for passengers, many of whom booked and paid for the journeys long before the virus began spreading late past year.
"We are in talks with the Australian government to have this flight organised as quickly as possible", said Talvi.
Those who tested positive must wait until they test negative before flying home.
"There are many patients over the age of 70, some of them have comorbidities, heart and lung diseases", she added.
"We found a ship where nearly everyone has been infected", said Karina Rando, one of 21 Uruguayan doctors dispatched to the ship.
"Those patients can relapse tomorrow although we have seen them to be well today".
Yancev said the initial source of contagion was likely the port of Ushuaia, a starting point for many Antarctic cruises, where the ship's crew had shore leave.
"We have made it clear that the ill health and the isolation of the crew is making it hard to maintain the same standard of essential services onboard", Aurora Expeditions told passengers on 2nd of April.
The company said it was seeking the assistance of the Australian government for help with those who were asymptomatic or who had only mild symptoms.
USA and European passengers who tested negative will hopefully be able to depart later in the week, following a second test and permission from the Uruguayan government, Aurora Expeditions said.
This would require passengers to disembark in three groups, those who had tested negative for Covid-19 and were well, those who were positive but either recovering or with vague symptoms and those who are ill.
For those who were ill, it said, "we are working with the Uruguayan Health Ministry and its medical director to develop the best plan to have them cared for and returned to their home countries as soon as their health allows".
Sanchez et Sessegnon ont eux été filmés en train de courir côte à côte, ne respectant pas les règles de distanciation sociale. Mais José Mourinho a trouvé le moyen d'improviser une séance d'entraînement avec trois de ses joueurs en plein air.
A third of the infected children were in New York City, while 23% were elsewhere in New York state and 15% were in New Jersey . Of those, 2,752, or 1.7 percent, involved children younger than 18, while 113,985 involved adults ages 18 to 64.
Workers have disinfected bullet trains, the entrance and exits, waiting halls and platforms of the railway stations in advance. Many people remain fearful of catching the disease, with China reporting 137 new asymptomatic cases on April 7.
Authorities have warned that between 1,00,000 and 2,40,000 people could die in the USA , even in a best-case scenario. At least 3,485 people have died in NY from COVID-19, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University .
President Trump told reporters in response that he'd "love" to take Biden's call. "I appreciate his calling". But he also said the pair had agreed not to discuss the specifics of their Monday phone call .
On Tuesday, the National Health Commission reported 32 new cases across China , all of which were arrivals from another country. The drastic measures were taken to prevent any of Wuhan's 11 million residents from traveling to other cities.
Thomas' hospital in London on Sunday evening. "I have not displayed any symptoms and am continuing to work as normal". Boris Johnson is spending a second night in intensive care as he continues to receive treatment for coronavirus .
Small studies on plasma have demonstrated its effectiveness in treating infectious diseases, including Ebola and SARS. The team reportedly considers adding intensive care and non-intensive care patients as candidates for treatment.