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Illinois Department of Health, confirmed Cornovirus patient is infected with deadly cornovirus.
The chinese woman arrived in Chicago infected with cornovirus.
The patient is in her 60’s and traveled to Wuhan in late December. She flew back to Chicago on Jan. 13 2020 infected with cornovirus.
Officials said she did not exhibit symptoms when she arrived. The incubation period for some can be around 2 weeks.
The woman in her 60s returned from China on Jan. 13 without showing any signs of illness, but a few days later she called her doctor to report feeling sick.
The patient is doing well and remains hospitalized “primarily for infection control,” said Dr. Allison Arwady, Chicago’s public health commissioner.
People that the women had close contact with are being monitored.
A group of University of Wisconsin-Platteville students passed through O’Hare International Airport after returning to the U.S. from Wuhan, China – and they were being watched Thursday night for coronavirus.
UW-Platteville said Thursday that six students arrived on campus Tuesday after traveling recently to Wuhan. Two of the six students live in Wuhan, the university said.
This is a developing story. Check Ebola Outbreak Map daily for updates.
Dr. Nancy Messonnier of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said the risk to the U.S. public remains low but that it’s likely more cases will be diagnosed in the coming days, as the virus appears to have a two-week incubation period.
Nationally, over 2,000 returning travelers had been screened at U.S. airports and 63 patients in 22 states were being tested, although 11 of them so far have been found free of the virus, the CDC said.