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masque anti virus, “The discharged patient had some contact with others while out of isolation, and CDC and local public health partners are following up to trace possible exposures and notify them of their potential risk,” it continued. It was not immediately clear why the additional test was performed. Responding to the news, Nirenberg called the false discharge “unacceptable.” “The fact that the CDC allowed the public to be exposed to a patient with a positive COVID-19 reading is unacceptable,” said Mayor Ron Nirenberg. “We will hold the CDC accountable [for] providing complete transparency for the public. This situation is exactly why we have been asking for federal officials to accept the guidance of our medical community.”

masque anti virus - He added, in part: “Our San Antonio Metro Health District and other local officials continue to address the situation with the utmost professionalism and care. We will do everything within our power to ensure that the community is kept safe and the exposure risk remains low.” CLICK HERE FOR FULL CORONAVIRUS COVERAGE FROM FOX NEWS The news comes after some patients in China’s Guangdong Province who were treated for the coronavirus and were discharged later tested positive again. About 14 percent of patients discharged in the province later tested positive for the virus again during follow-up examinations, Song Tie, a Guangdong health official, said last week. The secondary positives have called into question the accuracy of the Chinese diagnostic tests.

masque anti virus, 140 U.S. evacuees who were aboard the Diamond Princess cruise ship in Japan are being released from quarantine at Travis Air Force Base; Claudia Cowan reports from the scene. Two women who were in quarantine over the coronavirus at the University of Nebraska Medical Center were released on Monday and given the all-clear to head home. The women, who had been quarantined since Feb. 17, appeared at a press conference with state and health officials and said their care had been “amazing.”

masque anti virus - “For myself, this has been an amazing experience, the way that the staff treated us, my friends are saying, 'Oh my gosh, how can you do it' – it was seamless, Jeri Seratti-Goldman, one of the women being released, said. This place is special and you guys should be very, very proud. NEW YORK CORONAVIRUS PATIENT IS HEALTH CARE WORKER WHO TRAVELED TO IRAN The pair had been part of a group of 15 passengers from the Diamond Princess cruise ship who were brought to the University of Nebraska Medical Center and said they were the only two out of the group who tested negative for the virus. Two other patients who had been quarantined were released on Sunday.

masque anti virus - The women were passengers on the Diamond Princess cruise ship and had been quarantined at the University Nebraska Medical Center since Feb. 17  (University of Nebraska Medical Center) Seratti-Goldman, who said she left her home on Jan. 17 for the trip, added that her husband is one of the patients who was moved to a biocontainment unit at the facility because of an underlying health issue, and said that his care has been amazing as well. He is scheduled to undergo testing later Monday. The other woman released on Monday, Joanne Kirkland, of Tennessee, said the staff treated them with so much respect.