Two More Coronavirus Cases of Unknown Origin Confirmed in U.S.

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For any copyright, please send me a message. A woman in Santa Clara County in Northern California and a resident in northwest Oregon have become the second and third confirmed coronavirus cases with in the U.S. with no known link to any other outbreak or infected person — indicating there is likely to be community transmission of COVID-19 in at least three separate communities on the west coast. On Friday night, Oregon state health officials announced that a patient being treated at Kaiser Permanente Westside Medical Center in Hillsboro was a “presumptive” case of the coronavirus, meaning the patient tested positive but the sample had not yet been tested by the CDC. Oregon Health Authority Director Patrick Allen also said that the patient had recently been to an elementary school in the area. Earlier Friday in California, Santa Clara County Public Health Director Dr. Sara Cody announced that the woman, who is 65, has chronic health conditions, and had been hospitalized for a respiratory illness, was tested after her infectious disease physician suspected she might have the coronavirus and called county officials on Wednesday. The county public health laboratory confirmed that suspicion the next day. “Since receiving the results last night, we’ve been working to identify the woman’s contacts and to understand who she might have exposed while contagious,” Dr. Cody told reporters, adding that, “This new case indicates that there is evidence of community transmission but the extent is still not clear.” Health care workers who had been exposed to the woman have been quarantined, The county is roughly 90 miles from Solano County, where another woman with no known links to a coronavirus outbreak tested positive for the coronavirus earlier this week. There have been two other confirmed COVID-19 cases in Santa Clara County, but both were people who had travelled to China. Another coronavirus case was confirmed in Solano County on Friday, but it was someone who had been aboard the quarantined Princess Diamond cruise ship in Japan That means that as of Friday, there have been 64 confirmed cases of the coronavirus in the U.S., including 45 passengers from the Princess Diamond. And that total now includes two confirmed cases with no known link to an outbreak or someone infected with the virus. Health officials don’t yet know how many more people have been exposed to the virus in the counties and region. “We do need everyone to start thinking about what actions they can take now so we can be prepared for the possibility of further spread of the virus in our community,” Dr. Cody advised on Friday. “Start thinking about family preparedness — what you would need to do to stay home for a week or two,” she added. “We und

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