A seventh presumed positive case of coronavirus in Pennsylvania has been confirmed by the state´s Department of Health Monday afternoon.
A Montgomery County resident tested presumptive positive for COVID-19 after known international exposure. The resident is at the hospital of the University of Pennsylvania in critical condition.
Hospital staff is taking proper measures in order to protect other patients
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This is the latest case after two presumptive positive cases of the coronavirus in Pennsylvania confirmed Sunday afternoon.
Both people confirmed on Sunday are adults from Montgomery County. They showed mild symptoms and are in isolation at home. They tested presumptive positive after known international exposure.
The two other Montgomery County individuals were in a part of the United States where the virus is present, officials said. They were announced Friday and Saturday.
At the moment there are has seven presumptive positive cases of coronavirus in Pennsylvania five in Montgomery County, one in Delaware County and one in Wayne County.
Germantown Academy in Montgomery County will close its campus through March 29, the end of spring break. The school informed parents of the more than 1,000 students of the decision Sunday because one of the people from the county who tested positive is a family member of a Germantown Academy student.
The state Department of Health is not informing how many samples it is testing or how many people it is monitoring under quarantine.
Officials have announced Officials they are expecting more Pennsylvania cases in the next weeks.