Two Suspected Minnesota Coronavirus Cases Test Negative
The Centers for Disease Control has completed the testing on two suspected Minnesota Coronavirus cases, with both coming back negative.
On Friday, the Minnesota Department of Health announced that two Minnesotans were being isolated in their homes for suspected Coronavirus, and lab tests and been sent to the CDC.
Five cases of the Coronavirus have been confirmed in the U.S., with 110 cases under investigation in 26 states.
The Coronavirus is thought to have started in China, where 2700 cases have been reported, resulting in 82 deaths.