Health officials announce London case of coronavirus 'resolved'
Ontario's chief medical officer of health says a case of novel coronavirus in London has resolved.
Dr. David Williams says the patient was tested two times 24 hours apart and tested negative both times.
The London patient is no longer considered infectious.
Ontario is also dealing with two other cases of the virus in a Toronto couple.
Williams adds, "I want to reassure everyone that the risk from 2019 novel coronavirus to Ontarians remains low. I'd like to thank our partners across the health care system for their continued efforts in containing the virus and protecting the health and well-being of individuals and families across the province."
In the meantime hundreds of Canadians have been flown out of the epicentre of the outbreak in China.
They are now in quarantine at CFB Trenton.
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