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Cruise - train -ICU, New State couple 'Princess Rubyy'

2019-nCoV Special
Source: xkb.com.au
[Social News]     25 Mar 2020
A new state man walked off the ruby princess on thursday without any authorities health tests and, just a few days later, was admitted to intensive care unit because the new crown test was positive. Even more frightening, after getting off the cruise ship, he took a six-hour train to get home without knowing exactly how many people he had reached.

Butler and fiancee ross in intensive care unit. (Daily Mail Photo)


A new state man walked off the ruby princess on thursday without any authorities health tests and, just a few days later, was admitted to intensive care unit because the new crown test was positive. Even more frightening, after getting off the cruise ship, he took a six-hour train to get home without knowing exactly how many people he had reached.

The Daily Mail reported that 56-year-old Butler (Greg Butler) and his fiancee Ruth (Robin Russ) were among the 2700 passengers allowed to disembark in Sydney on Thursday, and that health authorities allegedly did not ask them any health questions.

After sitting on public transport for six hours, two people who had no idea they would be infected with the new crown virus returned to their home in tanworth (Tamworth), northeast of new state. Four more days later, Butler began to feel something was wrong, like a needle, headache and cough.

He went to see a doctor on Monday and was diagnosed with the new crown virus. He now lives in the intensive care unit at Tanworth base Hospital because of his serious illness.

"We went home, he started coughing on Friday morning, and he fainted in front of me yesterday (Monday), Ruth said ." He`s in ICU now, but he says it`s like a mild flu, and they expect him to be discharged in the next few days. "

For the easy approval leave "the ruby princess ", Ruth said she and Butler were unbelievable. because they thought that as long as someone on the cruise ship suspected to be infected with the new crown virus, then everyone should be left on board.

"It`s ridiculous to be told that we can get off the boat and go home on public transport or free arrangements ," Ruth said.

"We entered Sydney Harbour at 2 a.m., then took the light rail to central train stop, and we took the train ."

"And the next morning, the new state government contacted us and asked us to isolate ourselves, so they clearly knew someone was infected. "

"We don`t understand how they can let us do this, and now we are condemned. "

The ruby princess has infected more than 130 passengers with the new crown virus. (Photo of Information)


According to the sydney morning herald, a woman from salt lake city, utah, was among the passengers of the ruby princess, who has also been diagnosed with new crown pneumonia.

Since there was no warning at all that they might be infected with the new crown virus on board, Butler and Ruth said they had taken the light rail from the circular wharf to the central train station, from the central train station to the central coast (Central Coast) and then drove back to Tanworth.

"We may be in contact with anyone ," says Ruth. "

Butler, who had posted on social media fb shortly after his arrival, was shocked that they had no quarantine checks before disembarking.

He said that all passengers had received a leaflet instructing them to isolate themselves when they got home ." When we got off the boat, no one even came to see us and allowed us to take public transport. "

A few days after criticizing the new state and federal government and the way cruise ships handled the ruby princess, butler was diagnosed with the new crown virus.

He also told the Daily Telegraph that he was shocked that it was so easy to get off the ship because "they didn`t check their luggage, they did n` t check their passports... And we can even take heroin bag and go straight. "

When the ruby princess landed in sydney on thursday, the new state health department said doctors on the cruise ship had not detected a new crown.

"Five people had flu-like symptoms and were tested for the new crown virus in Wellington, New Zealand, on 14 March, all negative ," the Health Department said in a statement. "

And then the facts hit government in the face. As of tuesday, the ruby princess had 133 new crowns tested positive, one of which was butler. Of the 133 patients, a 77-year-old woman has died...

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