The Oklahoma State Department of Health said at least 26 Oklahomans will be monitored after they disembark from the Grand Princess.

The ship docked in San Francisco and 26 out of the 3,500 passengers were from Oklahoma, the state department reported.

The passengers will be screened and those who present symptoms will be in isolation at military bases in other states.

The passengers without symptoms will be released to return to Oklahoma and will be quarantined at home.

State and county health officials will be in contact with the travelers to monitor for any future potential symptoms and evaluate for testing if needed, the health department said.