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安省第三个感染新型冠状病毒病人已恢复健康,第一个感染者出院和妻子仍等待确认不再带病毒检测结果

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安省伦敦出现安省第三例新型冠状病毒病例,这是加拿大的第四个病例。

安省首席卫生官威廉医生(Dr. David Williams)说,病人是一名20多岁的西安大略大学学生,1月23日从武汉抵达多伦多,坐私家车回伦敦。

医疗部门说,她在飞行过程中无症状,在飞机和私家车中都戴口罩,并进行了自我隔离

医疗部门说,她的首次检测显示没有感染病毒,第二次检测显示阳性,但病毒量很小。

威廉医生在声明中说,这位病人已恢复健康。

西安大略大学在声明中说,这名学生从中国回来后,没有回过大学校园。

安省第一个感染新型冠状病毒的病人今天出院。新宁医院在声明中说,这位病人的情况不断改善,已不需要住院。

新宁医院说,他在家隔离,医院和他保持联系。

他的妻子是安省第二个感染新型冠状病毒的病人,一直在家隔离。

多伦多卫生官 Dr. Eileen de Villa说,这两位病人在家隔离,正在等待确认不再带病毒、没有感染性的检测结果。

安省卫生官威廉医生(Dr. David Williams)的声明:

Today, Dr. David Williams, Chief Medical Officer of Health, confirmed Ontario's third case of 2019 novel coronavirus. The case is located in London, Ontario.

Given the newness of the 2019 novel coronavirus and as part of the continuing cooperative efforts between Public Health Ontario (PHO) and the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC), Ontario has been sharing all test samples with the National Microbiology Lab in Winnipeg. As part of the National Microbiology Lab's efforts to ensure quality control, additional testing was performed on the samples provided. As a result of this additional testing, a case that was previously deemed negative by PHO's lab has now been found to be positive by the National Microbiology Lab, which uses a more sensitive test that can identify the smallest trace presence of the virus. The majority of cases previously considered negative have been confirmed as negative by the National Microbiology Lab.

To provide the public with the greatest certainty, Ontario's reporting will now include a new category that more accurately reflects the province's status: presumptive negative. That said, for any person found presumptively negative by the PHO lab, there is an extremely low risk of transmitting the virus.

The newly confirmed case, a female in her 20s, arrived asymptomatic in Toronto on January 23, 2020 and was transported to London by way of a private vehicle. On January 24, 2020, the individual started to exhibit symptoms and that same day was assessed and tested at London Health Sciences Centre. She was released with follow up by the Middlesex-London Health Unit. This individual has had limited exposure to other individuals and has otherwise been in isolation since January 24, 2020, with regular contact by the Middlesex-London Health Unit to monitor her condition. She is now recovered and is well.

 "I want to re-emphasize that the risk to Ontarians remains low," said Dr. Williams. "It is clear that we are learning more and more about the coronavirus each day, and our testing procedures are evolving and getting more and more precise, which is good news for everyone throughout Ontario and Canada. By working hand-in-hand with our partners across the health care system we are in a very good position to contain the virus and better protect the health and wellbeing of individuals and families across the province." 

While requiring validation by the National Microbiology Lab, PHO's lab will continue to offer the province's public health system an early indication of a case's status, allowing the province and local public health officials to quickly and effectively implement all necessary protocols to contain and treat any individuals who have 2019 novel coronavirus.

Statement from Dr. Eileen de Villa, Medical Officer of Health, Toronto Public Health

This afternoon, a third case of 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) was confirmed in a patient in London, Ontario. We have a very mobile population, with a lot of travel between Canada and China, so it is not surprising to learn of this news today. Local public health officials in London are following up directly on their case. This news does not change our situation in Toronto as we have no new cases here in our city. I will let you know directly if this changes. I want to remind Toronto residents that, at this time, the risk to our community remains low.

At present, there are only two confirmed cases of 2019-nCoV in Toronto. My staff are following up directly to connect with these two individuals through daily phone calls while they remain at home in isolation. We are monitoring their symptoms and we will clear the two individuals as non-infectious when two tests, taken 24 hours apart, show that these individuals no longer have any virus.

I have received questions from the media regarding isolation and quarantine. To clarify, “quarantine” refers to the practice of isolating individuals who may have been exposed to an infectious disease but do not have symptoms of illness. At this time, the current, evidence-informed guidance for Ontario does not recommend the use of quarantine. However, my staff continue to call people who were on the same flight as our two local cases daily to confirm that they continue to be well and without symptoms. If these people were to develop symptoms, they would be isolated and receive treatment.

I want to take this opportunity to remind everyone that we often use terms in public health like “cases” and “contact”, but I cannot emphasize enough how important it is to remember that these are people from our community that we are talking about. We need to respect their privacy and allow for their rest and recovery.

2019-nCoV is a new virus that was identified only about a month ago. The global health community continues to gather health evidence on this virus. As new, verified data emerges, my staff and our local, provincial, and federal partners adapt our approach to follow the best available evidence. We expect that the situation will continue to change as we learn more.

At times like this, misinformation spreads and this is not helpful. It creates unnecessary worry and stigma that is not acceptable. I urge you to continue to consult evidence-based, credible sources of information.

Our Novel Coronavirus webpage and the Toronto Public Health Twitter account, http://www.twitter.com/@TOPublicHealth, are updated regularly with current information for Toronto residents and visitors. We also continue to operate our hotline for people with questions about this virus so they can connect with a health professional. I encourage people who have questions to contact us at 416-338-7600.

西安大略大学的声明:

Statement regarding confirmed Novel Coronavirus case in London

This afternoon, the Ontario Ministry of Health announced the Province’s third confirmed case of Novel Coronavirus.

This individual is a Western student.

Since returning to London, Ont. from Wuhan, China on January 23, and before showing any symptoms, the student took great care and responsibility by self-isolating at home and seeking appropriate medical attention.

The student has not been on Western’s campus since returning to London, and Middlesex-London Health Unit (MLHU) officials have confirmed there is very low risk to the campus community.

Western and MLHU officials are monitoring the student, who is now in good health.

新宁医院的声明:

This morning, Sunnybrook discharged home the patient who was hospitalized last week with novel coronavirus. Over the course of the week, his status continued to improve to the point where he no longer required in-patient care.

Sunnybrook has liaised with Toronto Public Health, who will continue to monitor the patient in his home. The patient will remain in isolation at home. 

Sunnybrook would like to thank its partners and colleagues in Public Health, Ministry of Health, Toronto Paramedic Services, and many other organizations and agencies who have come together to ensure the safety of patients, staff and the public.

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