Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox.  Sign up here.A report published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) claims that coronavirus’ RNA survived for up to 17 days in the cabins of the Diamond Princess cruise ship — after those rooms were already vacated by guests.CARNIVAL CEO RESPONDS TO CORONAVIRUS PANDEMICThe report, published Monday, examined data from the Diamond Princess cruise ship, which was quarantined after passengers began testing positive for COVID-19 in February. The Diamond Princess, seen here anchored at Yokohama Port to replenish supplies on Feb. 6, was quarantined off the coast of Japan in February after a cluster of passengers tested positive for COVID-19. (Kenzaburo Fukuhara/Kyodo News via AP)In the analysis, which utilized data from both U.S. and Japanese health organizations, the CDC reported that the virus’ ribonucleic acid (RNA) had survived for 17 days in rooms previously inhabited by symptomatic and asymptomatic passengers aboard the Diamond Princess. The RNA had also survived on a “variety of surfaces,” the report said, albeit before any “disinfection procedures had been conducted,” per Japan’s National Institute of Infectious Diseases.However, the CDC says the findings did not show whether transmission of the virus

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