BREAKING | Woman in her 20's in London, ON provinces' 3rd coronavirus case
A woman who arrived back from China on January 23rd and then travelled to London, ON is Ontario's 3rd confirmed case of coronavirus.
The woman is in her 20's and while she at first tested negative, officials say lab in Winnipeg detected low level of virus.
The woman is said to have been in self-isolation and she only left her home to go to the hospital to be tested.
Officials say she is in good condition.
Earlier today, a Toronto hospital discharged a man who had Canada's first confirmed case of the novel coronavirus.
Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre says the man is now recovering at home along with his wife, who also became ill with the virus.
The man's wife also has the virus and has been in self-isolation.
Meanwhile, health officials in B-C say they've tested over 100 samples of the coronavirus behind the outbreak in China.
There has only been one positive result in the province -- a case in Metro Vancouver that was announced earlier this week.
China has counted 97-hundred confirmed cases with a death toll of 213.
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