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Coronavirus Patient In Arizona Released From Isolation

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Arizona health officials say a man was released from isolation 26 days after he tested positive for the Coronavirus that originated in China.

The Maricopa County Department of Health says the patient, who has ties to Arizona State University in Tempe, is no longer infected by the new coronavirus.

The male patient is in his 20s and has been in isolation since January after returning from Wuhan, China.

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention conducted multiple tests on the man before his release, which all came out negative.

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