The Bay Area’s first case of the coronavirus from China has been confirmed in Santa Clara County, officials say.
The CDC says an adult male resident tested positive for the new coronavirus. He has been self-isolating since he returned from a trip to Wahun, China on Jan. 24, officials say.
The Desert Sun reported yesterday, that one of the Americans currently under a 72 hour observation period at March Air Reserve Base in Southern California attempted to leave the base and was subsequently put under a 14-day federal quarantine.
As the number of confirmed coronavirus cases nears 10,000, with today’s count at
9,928, a series of extremely disturbing reports and videos out of China have surfaced.
There are now 9,822 confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus worldwide.
This morning the WHO declared the novel coronavirus a Public Health Emergency of International Concern – that’s a diplomatic way of declaring a pandemic.
South Korea confirms first case of human-to-human transmission.
First human-to-human transmission confirmed in US.
Citizen journalist in Wuhan
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The number of confirmed coronavirus cases has reached 8,267.
Although the CDC confirmed the first human-to-human transmission of the coronavirus in the U.S. Thursday afternoon, the agency has stated it will not impose a federal quarantine on the Americans evacuated out of China.
The number of confirmed cases of the coronavirus has reached 7,816 world-wide.
The number of suspected cases in China jumped from 9,239 to 12,000 in 24 hours.
The CDC is sending representatives to China.
Tibet has confirmed its first case of the virus.
Chris Martenson’s Report