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The state of Texas has stopped the release of quarantined cruise ship passengers who have fulfilled their Federal Quarantine requirements.
According to two passengers in the quarantine who were scheduled to be released Monday after 26 days, Texas officials stepped in to stop the release of civilians at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio.
According to the Texas Department of Health Services, a person under quarantine was released on Saturday, Feb. 29, and later tested positive for coronavirus. That person was returned to quarantine.