The first passengers have begun disembarking from the virus-hit cruise ship moored off Yokohama, Japan after 14 days of quarantine.
An outbreak of the Covid-19 virus has seen at least 542 passengers and crew infected on the Diamond Princess - the biggest cluster outside mainland China.
Passengers have described the difficult quarantine situation on the vessel.
Some nations are evacuating their citizens from the ship as infections continue to rise.
What is happening to those disembarking?
The first passengers to step off the Diamond Princess quickly made their way onto waiting coaches or into taxis, reports the BBC's Laura Bicker who is at the port in Yokohama.
About 500 people who tested negative and who are not showing any symptoms are expected to disembark on Wednesday, with more leaving in coming days.
The ship was carrying 3,700 people in total.
Those who have tested negative but were in cabins with infected people will have to remain on board for additional quarantine.
The passengers on the Diamond Princess come from more than 50 countries, raising concerns the ship could become the source of a fresh wave of global infections, our correspondent says.
How did the ship end up in quarantine?
The cruise ship was put in quarantine in Japan's port of Yokohama in early February after a man who disembarked in Hong Kong was found to have the virus.
Passengers were initially isolated in their cabins and later allowed to sporadically go out on deck.
Despite the quarantine measures, day by day the number of infected people grew rapidly.
The latest figures show at least 542 passengers have tested positive in total and have been taken to nearby hospitals.
Several countries and territories have separately started evacuating their citizens from the ship or plan to do so in the coming days.
BDST: 1151 HRS, FEB 19, 2020