Arizona coronavirus patient with connections to Arizona State University released from confinement

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A man with connections to Arizona State University in Tempe is currently out of isolation after never again being contaminated by the coronavirus, the Maricopa County Department of Health affirmed on Friday evening. The department says numerous tests were directed on the patient, which all turned out negative.

The man, who is under age 60, was home isolated as he recouped. He was never hospitalized, the Arizona Department of Health Services said.

The case was first written about Jan 26. The man was in confinement since coming back from Wuhan, the central Chinese city that is the epicenter of the epidemic.

Individuals who have come in close contact with the man haven’t given any indications of the illness known as COVID-19, Maricopa County Public Health revealed. A large portion of them has spent the 14-day monitoring period without showing any symptoms.

The virus has sickened more than 74,000 in China and hundreds around the world. In excess of 2,000 individuals have died. Everything except five of the passings happened in territory China. In the U.S., there are 15 affirmed cases.

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