A second presumptive case of coronavirus has been confirmed in Ontario, according to the province’s top doctor.
In a statement issued early Monday, Dr. David Williams said the individual is the wife of a man believed to be Ontario’s first presumptive case of the virus.
The pair had travelled to Wuhan, China, and recently returned to Toronto.
She has been in self-isolation since they arrived, the statement says.
“We are working alongside Toronto Public Health, who has been in regular contact with the individual during their self-isolation period,” said Williams, Ontario’s chief medical officer.
“Given the fact that she has been in self-isolation, the risk to Ontarians remains low.”
Williams is scheduled to provide an update at Queen’s Park at 11:30 a.m. ET.
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