The rapidly growing number of cases on the ship has added to frustrations.
Japan evacuated more citizens from the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak on Monday, while the disease's spread prompted a hospital to stop accepting new patients and raised the possibility of restricting participants at next month's Tokyo Marathon.
Once off the ship and back in U.S., Spencer will then go through another 14 days of quarantine. He told CBS "Face the Nation" the infected Americans aboard the cruise ship won't return to the United States but will instead be treated at hospitals in Japan.
"My whole family is healthy but we have not received any message from the ship's crew, doctors or the embassy", she said.
Speaking at the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem on Sunday, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu pledged the Israelis on board the Diamond Princess who were not diagnosed with the virus would soon be allowed to return home.
The Diamond Princess has been quarantined in Japan's port of Yokohama with some 3,400 people on board since 3 February after a man left the ship in Hong Kong and was found to have the virus.
With no vaccine or medicines to prevent the disease, the best tool that health authorities have is urging travelers from China to stay home and monitor their symptoms.
Health professionals will assess passengers "every step of the way, including before takeoff, during the flight, and after arrival", the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said in a statement Saturday.
Bob Dixon, who is now on the cruise ship, said he was happy at first when hearing he'll be leaving the Diamond Princess before learning he'll be stuck in another quarantine in the United States.
Mr Morrison said Diamond Princess passengers who donot return on the charter flight would have to remain outside Australia for two weeks before returning home.
Rises in temperature and humidity may not lead to illness declines without the implementation of extensive public health measures, according to new projections from researchers based at Harvard University.
Other evacuation flights will repatriate residents of Israel, Hong Kong and Canada.
"The Americans have offered help to the United Kingdom government to assist getting us off the ship and back home, but it leaves me - and others on board - feeling that we are just not wanted back in the United Kingdom, that the border control is just putting the barriers up and saying, "leave them where they are - we don't want likely infections coming into the country".
China on Sunday reported a drop in new virus cases for the third straight day.
Mi, the Chinese health commission spokesman, said the proportion of confirmed cases who were critically ill had fallen to 21.6% on Saturday, from 32.4% on January 27. Outside the country, 526 are infected and two have died - one in Japan and the other in the Philippines. About 1000 people remain on the ship, with the rest on their way home. There are still 236 passengers and 747 crew on the boat.
There were no health checks at that point, said United States passenger Sarah Arana, a 52-year-old medical social worker, who said the United States government should have acted "much sooner, at the beginning".
Guards in Hubei are required to check identification 24-hours a day at the entrance to residential compounds and driving is also banned for all nonessential purposes under new regulations.
Paul Marko of Richmond, B.C., says he and his wife have already tested negative for coronavirus on the Diamond Princess.
Thousands of people are believed to have been sickened with the new coronavirus in mainland China, although critics have accused the regime of lacking transparency in how it reports on its COVID-19 cases.