Still no novel coronavirus cases confirmed in Delaware, as state continues to test
(Delaware Public Media) – There remain no confirmed cases of the deadly new coronavirus disease COVID-19 in Delaware, as the state continues to test People Under Investigation.
As of Tuesday morning, 17 Delawareans have tested negative. Public health officials are in the process of testing one individual in Kent County under investigation for COVID-19. Jeff Sands, a spokesman with the Delaware Emergency Management Agency, says that individual is not hospitalized.
Officials are also monitoring 18 non-symptomatic people who are considered at-risk because of their travel history.
The number of COVID-19 cases in the United States has passed 700, according to the Center for Systems Science and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University.
Cases have been reported in states surrounding Delaware. As of Tuesday morning, New Jersey had 11 active cases, Maryland had 6, Pennsylvania had 10 and Virginia had 7.
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