Coronavirus Tested in Spain, and Records its First Hit

The Spanish Ministry of Health announced late Friday evening that the National Center for Microbiology confirmed the registration of the first case of coronavirus infection on a remote island of the Canary Islands.

The patient was among a group of five individuals who were subjected to follow-up and isolation after discovering that they had been in contact with a German virus-infected man.

The World Health Organization announced, during a press conference held in Geneva, that there is no death resulting from infection of “Corona” virus among infected people outside the country of China, stressing that the virus is spreading rapidly and unprecedentedly compared to other epidemics that appeared in previous years.

The World Health Organization, during the conference, declared a state of public emergency due to the increasing spread of Corona virus, which appeared and spread in a number of Chinese cities, and then moved to 22 countries in the world.

The Hubei Provincial Health Committee, the epicenter of the new Corona virus, announced that 45 new deaths had been recorded on Friday, bringing the total number of deaths to 249.

The region also confirmed the registration of 1,347 new cases today, bringing the total number of injuries to 7,153.

The American Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced Thursday that the first case of transmission of the new “Corona” virus has been monitored from person to person in the United States, Illinois.

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The Spanish Ministry of Health announced late Friday evening that the National Center for Microbiology confirmed the registration of the first case of coronavirus infection on a remote island of the Canary Islands.

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