Case Of Corona Virus Found In Santa Clara County

By James Blunt 09 Feb 2020 Top stories,Health

The CDC has said that a male resident has tested positive now for the new virus of coronavirus. After that, he has been isolating himself since he had returned from Wuhan where he had been on a trip on the 24th of January as per the officials. The man has not been feeling too sick and he has not been hospitalized either. The treatment has begun in the form of being of outpatient and has been coming into contact with only some of the individuals and has been home as per the officials.

The health officials have said that the patients are going to remain by himself at his home while there are investigators who are beginning to make contact with someone who is coming in contact with the patient. The health officer in the county has said that the list of the potentially exposed individuals has been short and everyone who is coming into him for two weeks.

This man has been staying home ever since he has come back from china and there are no details which have been given on how a lot of people are going to live in that household as where the patient is staying. This is very important as the health officials had confirmed that the transmission from one human to another had happened for the coronavirus from one woman who had come from China and had transferred the virus to her husband. Public risks have been low as the patients have been staying at their home. There are no suspected cases of the novel coronavirus in the investigation. The case is now declared in the Santa Clara County.


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