Macau confirms first case of Wuhan virus: Reports

Macau confirmed on Wednesday (Jan 22) its first case of pneumonia linked to an outbreak of a new coronavirus strain in the central mainland China city of Wuhan, China's state news agency Xinhua said.
The patient is a 52-year-old businesswoman from Wuhan, RTHK reported.
She was hospitalised with pneumonia and fever on Tuesday, two days after arriving in Macau via a high-speed train to Zhuhai.
The woman is believed to have spent most of her time in a casino while in Macau.

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