One person tested for coronavirus in Ottawa

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"At this time, there are no lab confirmed cases of novel Coronavirus in Ottawa", Ottawa Public Health confirmed to CTV News in an e-mail.

"Ottawa - and Canada in general - is a "low-risk setting" for the virus", Etches said.

The person is "currently doing well", Henry said, and does not require hospitalization. "We know we have quite a lot of travel between China and Vancouver", Henry said.

Henry said a test for the coronavirus came back positive late Monday night.

She cautioned people from getting their information on the spread of the virus from social media, pointing to rumours that can quickly spread. She says they will be immediately announcing additional positive diagnoses.

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They said that while the virus is believed to have originated in the central Chinese city of Wuhan, it's important that it not be seen as a "Chinese virus". He returned to Vancouver last week and had an onset of symptoms after his return.

"We don't want Oklahomans to be fearful but we are taking it seriously in public health".

He contacted his primary health-care provider on Sunday and notified them that he had travelled to Wuhan.

For reasons of patient confidentiality, Public Health Wales is not able to comment on individual cases.

He is now in isolation at home.

The city says the risk to Mississauga residents remains low.

"We have multiple systems in place to prepare for, detect and respond in order to prevent the spread of serious infectious diseases in the province", the statement reads.

Symptoms of infection, according to Ottawa Public Health's novel coronavirus webpage, include fever, cough and respiratory symptoms like shortness of breath and difficulty breathing.

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"We have reviewed that case with the clinicians who assessed the individual", Henry said.

The Southern Nevada Health District reports a possible case of Coronavirus in Clark County. A man in his 40s who lives in the Vancouver Coastal Health region recently returned from a trip to Wuhan, China. The confirmed cases were reported in Arizona, California, Illinois and Washington state. "We ask that the school board send out a communication to all parents requesting students who or whose families have recently returned from China, to stay at home and keep isolated for a minimum of 17 days for the goal of self-quarantine".

The man was not symptomatic on his return flight from Wuhan, and therefore not considered contagious.

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