Coronavirus Patient Moved From Lackland To Omaha

chemist in blue gloves holds a glass dish for experiments in his hand, pours a liquid solution, and analyzes the reaction using different versions of reagents using chemical production. close up

chemist in blue gloves holds a glass dish for experiments in his hand, pours a liquid solution, and analyzes the reaction using different versions of reagents using chemical production. close up

An evacuee who tested positive for the coronavirus at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland is now in Omaha, Nebraska. A plane transported the patient to the University of Nebraska Medical Center late Monday night. The Nebraska facility says the patient was brought to San Antonio from the Diamond Princess cruise ship, while the patient's spouse, also an evacuee, was quarantined in Omaha. CDC has confirmed six cases of coronavirus disease at Lackland. Four other patients are still being evaluated.

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