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Wuhan coronavirus: Slovenia’s second case confirmed

Christian Fernsby |
A second case of novel coronavirus infection in Slovenia was confirmed today, Health Minister Aleš Šabeder said, with the person having been in contact with the first patient, who had been detected yesterday.

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Topics: WUHAN    CORONAVIRUS    SLOVENIA   

Šabeder said as the health authorities called a press conference to speak about the first case that they had just been informed about a second case, adding that the second patient had been in contact with the first one.

The authorities are rushing to identify other persons who have been in contact with the man who was confirmed as the first Wuhan coronavirus case in Slovenia yesterday.

The Ljubljana physician who attended to the patient and sent him in an ambulance vehicle to the UKC Ljubljana hospital to be quarantined in a separate ward, has already been isolated.

The first infected person, identified only as a man aged about 60, had come to Slovenia from Morocco via Italy on a commercial flight on 29 February.

The National Public Health Institute (NIJZ) called on other Slovenian citizens who were on the AT938 Royal Air Maroc flight from Casablanca to the Marco Polo airport in Venice to be careful about signs of infection.


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