Coronavirus: Ventura County's 1st case of COVID-19 confirmed in patient who traveled aboard Grand Princess cruise  KABC-TVView Full Coverage on Google News
A person who traveled on the Grand Princess cruise ship from San Francisco to Mexico tested positive for coronavirus, Ventura county health officials said.Ventura County's presumptive first case of novel coronavirus has been confirmed, local health officials confirmed.

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Placer County Public Health has confirmed three new cases of COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, after getting back presumptively positive tests. Placer County Public Health has confirmed three new cases of COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, after getting back presumptively positive tests.

3 new coronavirus cases with ties to cruise ship confirmed in Placer County

Officials reported that Ventura County has seen its first presumptive positive case of the novel coronavirus.Officials reported that Ventura County has seen its first presumptive positive case of the novel coronavirus.

Ventura County sees first 'presumptive positive' case of coronavirus

Coronavirus spreads in CaliforniaYolo County announced its first case of coronavirus, becoming the 13th county in California with a patient who has tested positive for COVID-19.

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Ventura County may have its first instance of COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus. County public health officials said today that a sampleVentura County may have its first instance of COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus. County public health officials said today that a sample taken from a traveler who had been aboard t

Ventura County has first positive COVID-19 case | Thousand Oaks Acorn

The Ventura County Public Health Lab revealed early Friday afternoon that it has confirmed one presumptive positive case of the novel coronavirus.

Ventura County confirms first "presumptive positive" coronavirus case - KEYT | KCOY

Ventura County health officials announced a “presumptive” case of coronavirus Friday but the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention must still confirm the diagnosis. The person believed to be infected had traveled last month on the Grand Princess Cruise Ship, which was held off the coast of San Francisco Friday after being linked to […]Ventura County health officials announced a “presumptive” case of coronavirus Friday but the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention must still confirm the diagnosis. The person…

Ventura County officials announce 1 ‘presumptive’ case of coronavirus — another Princess cruise passenger | KTLA

Ventura County health officials announced a “presumptive” case of coronavirus Friday but the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention must still confirm the diagnosis. The person…

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Ventura County Reports One Presumptive Positive Case of Coronavirus | Edhat

Officials are reporting one presumptive positive case of the novel coronavirus, formally known as COVID-19, in Ventura County.Officials are reporting one presumptive positive case of the novel coronavirus, formally known as COVID-19, in Ventura County.

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Calaveras Public Health received test results from cases linked to the Grand Princess Cruise ship.

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The coronavirus patient is one of six Venturans who had been passengers aboard the ‘Grand Princess’ cruise ship.

Ventura County Reports First Case of Coronavirus - The Santa Barbara Independent

In a growing sign of how coronavirus is disrupting California, Stanford University said Friday night that it will move classes online for the final two weeks of the winter quarter. Stanford also said large events would be “canceled or adjusted.” “The university is actively monitoring the local and global health situation and is taking precautionary […]In a growing sign of how coronavirus is disrupting California, Stanford University said Friday night that it will move classes online for the final two weeks of the winter quarter. Stanford also sa…

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