Britons stranded on a quarantined cruise ship in Japan will be able to board an evacuation flight home on Friday, the foreign secretary has said.
Only those who are showing no signs of illness will be able to travel, and they will be quarantined on their return to the UK.
Those who have tested positive will remain in Japan for treatment.
Dominic Raab said the flight would be from Tokyo, and urged any other Britons who wanted to leave to get in touch.
There were 78 British nationals on board the Diamond Princess cruise liner when it was quarantined on 5 February, after a man who disembarked in Hong Kong was found to have the virus.
More than 620 people onboard the cruise ship – which was carrying 3,700 passengers – have tested positive for the condition. It is the largest cluster of cases outside China.
Source: BBC News