A Frisco man has a “presumptive positive” case of the new coronavirus, Collin County health officials say.
The man is in his 30s and as of late went to California, Collin County Health Care Services authorities said in an announcement. He is being thought about by province staff at his home and is in stable condition.
The CCHCS is expecting further testing to affirm the underlying outcomes since the patient’s manifestations have not required hospitalization, the announcement read.
“CCHCS is also observing the man’s family, setting up any required tests, and attempting to distinguish any contacts who may have been uncovered while he was irresistible,” the announcement said. “Anybody found to have had close contact to the patient will be reached legitimately by region social insurance staff.”
The impending danger of transmission of COVID-19 in Collin County stays low, authorities said.
According to The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), revealed diseases have extended from mellow side effects to serious sickness for COVID-19 cases. Indications of fever, hack as well as the brevity of breath may appear 2-14 days after introduction.