Shanghai reports 4 new coronavirus cases, totaling 6

Cai Wenjun
City doctors are now treating a total of 6 patients in isolation but all are in a stable condition with none of them critical, according to the Shanghai Health Commission.
Cai Wenjun
Shanghai reports 4 new coronavirus cases, totaling 6
Jiang Xiaowei / SHINE

Pedestrians wearing masks walk at the People's Square Metro Station on Tuesday.

Shanghai reported four new coronavirus-related pneumonia cases on Tuesday.

They are three males and one female. Two are registered residents of Wuhan in central China's Hubei Province where over 250 cases have been reported, while two are registered Shanghai residents.

Three of the patients have a history of living in or traveling in Wuhan, while one is the close contact of a patient, the Shanghai Health Commission said.

All the patients are receiving treatment in isolation in hospital and their close contacts are undergoing medical observation.

So far, Shanghai has reported six coronavirus cases with all patients in a stable condition and none of them critical. Another three suspected cases are undergoing tests, the commission said.

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