Around 3,700 people are in quarantine on Board the Diamond Princess
The government will work to rescue British citizens from a Cruise Ship in Japan , was put under quarantine because of coronavirus fears.
There are 74 British passengers and crew on Board the Diamond Princess , The Ship was placed under quarantine at the 3. February.
The Foreign office said it was "to organize the work, a flight back to the UK for British nationals on the Diamond Princess as quickly as possible".
The US has already repatriated More Than 300 of its citizens from The Ship .
to bring The U.S.-chartered two planes to return, its citizens before the Cruise Ship
Some of The British nationals on the Diamond Princess to the Japanese port of Yokohoma, said they felt "forgotten" to other countries, the citizens flew home.
Earlier, passenger-David Abel, the government called for the evacuation of British citizens on Board.
Mr Abel's son, Steve, said in a message posted on YouTube his parents were beginning to feel the effects of "stress" and "enclosure" after 28 Days on The Ship . David
Abel said he had little confidence that The British
government would rescue him and his wife
On Monday, Japanese officials said, there are 99 new cases of infection on Board The Ship were cases, bringing the total to 454. It is the biggest cluster of cases outside of China.
The President of Princess Cruises , Jan Swartz, said The Company has sent more doctors and nurses on Board The Ship .
There is still uncertainty about whether the passengers may leave The Ship at the end of the 14-day quarantine period on Wednesday.
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According to the latest official figures, four British, and confirmed with the coronavirus currently in the hospital in Japan .
in the UK a total of 4,501 human coronavirus was tested. The majority of the negative, only nine have been positively confirmed.
In a statement in the Early Hours of Tuesday morning, The Foreign office said: "in view of the conditions on Board, we work to organize a flight back to the UK for British nationals on the Diamond Princess as quickly as possible.
"Our staff are in contact with The British nationals on Board, to make the necessary arrangements. We urge all those who have not responded to Get In contact immediately. "
Earlier it was "urgently considering all options to guarantee the health and safety of the people on Board".