Four more Hungarian citizens quarantined abroad due to the suspicion that they may be infected by the new coronavirus have been released, the foreign minister said. Those released recently include a female law student in Germany and three Hungarians who had been quarantined for weeks in Japan, Péter Szijjártó said in a Facebook entry. The Hungarian authorities reach out to all Hungarians placed in isolation and provide them with whatever help they can, he said. Meanwhile, the minister said a Hungarian national had been quarantined in Vietnam after travelling on a plane with an infected person. He said there were also two Hungarians on board the Grand Princes cruise ship that recently docked in Oakland, California. There are another four Hungarians in a resort in the Maldives that had to be quarantined because of the virus, he said.