First case of novel coronavirus reported in Camas County
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First case of novel coronavirus reported in Camas County

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South Central Public Health District

South Central Public Health sign on Friday, March 13, 2020, in Twin Falls.

CAMAS COUNTY — South Central Public Health District confirms one case of novel coronavirus in Camas County.

The health district said the patient is a woman but did not give an age. The point of transmission was likely travel to areas with community spread, the health district said.

She was not hospitalized and is currently isolating at home with mild symptoms, the health district said.

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