Seven cases have been confirmed in Canada, four of those in the Vancouver Coastal Health region, which includes Richmond.
Including those on this flight and the first evacuation plane, which left Wuhan last week, almost 400 people are under a two-week quarantine at the Canadian Forces Base in Trenton, Ont.
The cruise line is following the Japanese health ministry's "disembarkation protocols to provide medical care for these new cases", the company said in a news release.
Most cases of the new coronavirus are mild, but the respiratory illness can be deadly in some people.
The first Canadian chartered plane carrying 176 evacuees from Wuhan, China, the epicentre of the epidemic, landed at CFB Trenton on Friday morning.
Foreign Affairs Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne said yesterday there was room for about 200 passengers aboard the flight from Wuhan and is the last group of Canadians who want to be repatriated.
They were finally relieved only once they had stepped on to the plane together, Yuan said.
The rest of the arriving passengers will continue to remain under the standard 14-day quarantine, with their conditions being assessed throughout that time.
China said 108 people who had the virus died as of Monday, bringing the total to 1,106, and 42,638 have been infected.
Although they were initially told that Xiao would not be allowed to board the second flight back to Canada, the Canadian authorities later said she would be permitted on the plane. Officials confirmed just one death outside China.
"I wanted to make sure that we're all linked up", he said.
The Public Health Agency of Canada says the 25 flight crew members who accompanied the returning treavellers on the flight from Wuhan to Vancouver to CFB Trenton will be released early.
The federal government is also monitoring the well-being of 285 Canadians quarantined on two cruise ships off the coast of Japan and Hong Kong.
China reported a rise in new cases Monday, denting optimism that disease-control measures, including isolating major cities, might be working.
Under the Quarantine Act, Tam has the discretion to determine, on a case-by-case basis, whether to shorten the quarantine period based on an assessment of the risk of harm to public health. "I wanted to make sure we're all there for the families, for the people who are there".