Two more MCAS quarantine patients taken to hospital to test for coronavirus

SAN DIEGO (CNS) - Two more patients under quarantine at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar were taken to local hospitals today for evaluation after developing a fever or cough, bringing the total number of patients transported from the base to hospitals to seven, according to a U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention spokesman. An adult was taken to UC San Diego Health and a child to Rady Children's Hospital, said Tom Skinner of the CDC. A 4-year-old girl and another patient taken from Marine Corps Air Station Miramar to Rady Children's on Wednesday to sit under observation for novel coronavirus tested negative for the illness and returned to 14-day quarantine at the air station. A second plane carrying 65 evacuees from Wuhan landed at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar this m
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