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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said it erroneously identified the first patient to die from the coronavirus as a female.The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said it erroneously identified the first patient to die from the coronavirus as a female.

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said it erroneously identified the first patient to die from the coronavirus as a female.The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said it erroneously identified the first patient to die from the coronavirus as a female.

CDC erroneously identified first patient to die from coronavirus as female | TheHill

A top health official cleared up a mystery that began after the first coronavirus patient to die in the United States was announced.A top health official cleared up a mystery that began after the first coronavirus patient to die in the United States was announced.

CDC 'erroneously' identified first coronavirus patient to die in US as female

“CDC erroneously identified the patient as a female in a briefing earlier today with the President and Vice President.”

Dr. Robert R. Redfield on Twitter: "CDC erroneously identified the patient as a female in a briefing earlier today with the President and Vice President."

“8946 members of the Shincheonji Church in South Korea are showing symptoms of #coronavirus according to the Korean Centre for Disease Control. They’ve interviewed nearly 95 % of 239,000 sect members.”

Laura Bicker on Twitter: "8946 members of the Shincheonji Church in South Korea are showing symptoms of #coronavirus according to the Korean Centre for Disease Control. They’ve interviewed nearly 95 % of 239,000 sect members."

“I’ve been in touch with officials throughout the state and am impressed with the preparations being taken in case #coronavirus spreads domestically. This is a serious threat and it’s important that we all remain vigilant. Visit @CDCgov for more info: https://t.co/HtEaqwYtIx”

Rob Portman on Twitter: "I’ve been in touch with officials throughout the state and am impressed with the preparations being taken in case #coronavirus spreads domestically. This is a serious threat and it’s important that we all remain vigilant. Visit @CDCgov for more info: https://t.co/HtEaqwYtIx"

“Robert Redfield, director of the @CDCgov days “The current risk to the American public remains low.” Says Americans need to go on with their daily lives. #CoronaVirusUpdates”

Domenico Montanaro on Twitter: "Robert Redfield, director of the @CDCgov days “The current risk to the American public remains low.” Says Americans need to go on with their daily lives. #CoronaVirusUpdates"

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said it erroneously identified the first patient to die from the coronavirus as a female. At his news conference earlier, President Trump had described the victim as a woman in her late 50s. 

CDC erroneously identified first patient to die from coronavirus as female