Sen. Richard Shelby and Rep. Mike Rogers said the plan to bring coronavirus patients to Alabama has been cancelled.
Shelby tweeted he had been informed by the president the evacuees from the Princess Cruise ship won’t be coming to the Anniston-based Center for Domestic Preparedness.
“I just got off the phone with the President. He told me that his administration will not be sending any victims of the coronavirus from the Diamond Princess cruise ship to Anniston, Alabama. Thank you @POTUS.”
Rep. Mike Rogers, whose district includes Anniston, tweeted a similar message.
Coronavirus patients evacuated from a cruise ship may not be coming to a FEMA facility in Anniston, Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey said.
The Department of Health and Human Services announced Saturday it was bringing American evacuees to the Center for Domestic Preparedness in Anniston. The patients coming to Alabama were evacuated from the Diamond Princess, a cruise ship docked in Japan during an outbreak of coronavirus. The evacuees tested positive for COVID-19, the disease caused by the virus, but are either asymptomatic or have mild flu-like symptoms. The announcement set off a wave of protests and…
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