CDC confirms 15th case of coronavirus in the United States

CDC confirms 15th case of coronavirus in the United States

CDC confirms 15th case of coronavirus in the United States

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A fifteenth American has coronavirus, USA officials announced Thursday.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) today confirmed an infection with Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) in Texas.

The US Department of Health and Human Services' (HHS's) Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response (ASPR) will expand an existing partnership with New Jersey-based Janssen Research & Development, part of Johnson & Johnson, HHS said yesterday in a news release.

While Messonnier claimed during the conference that "more than 30 countries" had received shipments of the test kits, the New York Times reported that she later recanted that statement, saying that worldwide shipments were held back due to the identification of the flaw. The CDC is also monitoring more than 30,000 people who have come to the US from China since mid-January.

These testing kits have nothing to do with the USA patient who was under quarantine after returning from Wuhan and was recently misidentified as not being infected with the coronavirus.

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Thought he victim was coronavirus infected, authorities said, it is not clear if the virus caused her death. The additional 44 cases included 43 passengers and one crew member, Kyodo news agency said.

But she said the CDC received word that the tests weren't performing as expected and that the state labs were getting inconclusive results.

The virus can cause fever, coughing, wheezing and pneumonia.

The agency said the first group of people who were evacuated from Wuhan to the March Air Reserve Base in Riverside were cleared to leave the base after being under quarantine for 14 days. Initially, officials said that all four individuals tested negative for the illness, however, the woman's sample wasn't included in the initial test batch. The delay in diagnosis might contribute to the disease's spread as patients under investigation (PUI) will remain unconfirmed as having the disease.

Like the first, which was announced Monday, the infected patient is an evacuee hospitalized with UC San Diego Health System shortly after arriving at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar on Friday.

'Since airport screening began in mid-January we have screened more than 30,000 passengers.

'Mostly, they are coming in from mainland China, have no symptoms and are not high risk'.

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