Second Central Florida Presumed Positive Case Announced in Seminole County
The Florida Department of Health has announced the second presumed positive case of coronavirus in Central Florida.
The 68-year-old Seminole County man tested positive for the virus at AdventHealth Altamonte Springs.
COVID-19: The 1st presumptive positive case of COVID-19 has been identified in Seminole Co., as travel-related case. FDOH and CDC are analyzing the results, which will move the positive case to a “confirmed case” once validated. visit https://t.co/NCQcqghQN7. pic.twitter.com/aBR9SGEXQt
— Seminole County, FL (@seminolecounty) March 12, 2020
He is currently self-isolated and being cared for. The case is travel-related.
This new case brings the total number of coronavirus cases in the state in Florida residents to twenty-seven.
Health officials recommend practicing good hygiene and staying home from work or school if sick to stop the spread of the virus.
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