Volusia County Woman Tests Positive with COVID-19, Central Florida’s First ‘Presumptive Positive’ Case of Coronavirus

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61-year-old woman tests positive for COVID-19

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VOLUSIA COUNTY, FLORIDA (FOX 35) – Several news cases of coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, have been announced in Florida, health officials say.

The three newest ‘presumptive positive’ cases of coronavirus have been identified by the Florida Department of Health. One is in Manatee County and the person is reportedly isolated and being appropriately cared for. Another is in Okaloosa County.

The patient, identified as a 61-year-old woman, has a recent history of travel and is isolated currently. The third patient is in Volusia County, is a 66-year-old woman and also has a recent history of travel.

The patient in Volusia County is Central Florida’s first ‘presumptive positive’ case of coronavirus. She will be quarantined until she is clear.

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