A second flight bringing back 84 people who were onboard the Diamond Princess cruise ship in Japan landed in Hong Kong on Saturday.
Among the passengers were 82 residents from Hong Kong and two residents from Macao, according to a statement from the Hong Kong government.
The Hong Kong residents were taken by coach to a quarantine center at Chun Yeung Estate, near Sha Tin in the city's north, where they will remain under observation for 14 days.
The two Macau residents returned to Macau directly from the airport.
The Hong Kong government said that as of Friday, 66 cases onboard the ship were Hong Kong residents. They are under treatment in Japan.
A total of 639 cases of the virus, including two deaths, are associated with the stricken ship.
Cruise disembarking: On Friday, 253 people who tested negative for coronavirus disembarked from the Diamond Princess cruise ship, according to the news release from the Japanese Ministry of Health. Disembarkation was expected to continue into Saturday.