Chris Woodyard, USA TODAY Published 4:46 p.m. ET March 23, 2020 | Updated 4:54 p.m. ET March 23, 2020CLOSE Cheryl and Paul Molesky give an inside look at how they spend their days while quarantined on the Diamond Princess cruise ship due to the coronavirus. StoryfulAfter the coronavirus interrupted her cruise-ship vacation and led her to spend 14 days in quarantine, Donna Kaletta says she’s ready to go home.The first group of passengers from the Grand Princess departed Monday from Travis Air Force Base, east of the San Francisco Bay Area, where they have been under quarantine. Kaletta said she expects to be part of the second group, leaving Tuesday morning.Passengers are expected to be released from quarantine over the next four days.Kaletta said she already knows the first thing she’ll do when she gets home to San Jose, California: “Hug my husband,” she said. “It’s been a month.”The postal worker, her sister and 81-year-old dad were among the 3,500 passengers and crew on the cruise ship when it docked March 9 in Oakland after an aborted trip to Hawaii. The ship had departed San Francisco, but aborted the voyage when several aboard started reporting coronavirus symptoms.The ship was kept at sea for

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