San Francisco reports 2 cases of coronavirus in patients with ‘no known contact’
Health officials in San Francisco announced two cases of presumptive positive coronavirus in two unrelated patients who are being cared for in separate hospitals and have no known prior contact with COVID-19. Officials said the cases are “likely indicative of community transmission of COVID-19.”
One patient is described as a woman in her 40s who is listed in fair condition, and the other is described as a man in his 90s and is in serious condition with underlying health issues, according to a city press release. Both patients are isolated at two different hospitals in San Francisco.
“We want everyone to remain calm and continue taking precautions to keep themselves and their families healthy,” Mayor London Breed said in a press release. “We have been increasing resources and staffing to prepare for the community spread of this virus, and …continued .
[Source: Fox News]