Tianjin reports two cases of coronavirus

Han Jing
Municipality's health commission says that both patients had been on recent trips to Wuhan in Hubei Province and are now being treated for pneumonia in isolation in hospital. 
Han Jing

Tianjin, a municipality in northern China, has confirmed two cases of coronavirus-related pneumonia, the city’s health commission said on Tuesday.

One of the patients is a 60-year-old woman who had recently traveled to Wuhan in central China's Hubei Province. She developed a fever and coughing after her return to Tianjin. She went to a local hospital on January 19 and was immediately put into isolation. She is the first confirmed coronavirus case in Tianjin, according to the National Health Commission.

The other patient is a 58-year-old man who was on a recent business trip to Wuhan. He also developed fever and coughing symptoms after his return. He went to a local hospital on January 14 and was put into isolation.

Both are in a stable condition and their close contacts are undergoing medical observation. 

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