Michigan officials keeping an eye on 325 people at risk of coronavirus

This illustration provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in January 2020 shows the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV). This virus was identified as the cause of an outbreak of respiratory illness first detected in Wuhan, China. (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention via AP)

Michigan health officials are monitoring 325 people for signs of the coronavirus.

The state’s Department of Health & Human Services says those people are not under quarantine, but are asking them to self-isolate at home.

Each of them are considered at moderate to low risk of contracting the virus after being identified at airports during health screening checks or were passengers on cruise ships with a confirmed case of the virus.

Five people who met the CDC’s criteria for coronavirus testing have already been tested, and the results were negative.


  1. Hey Tommie
    I don’t know if you saw the arrest of three people out of Harvard University for spying for the Chinese government? One was a student under the professor that received a big chunk of money ($15mil) to help pay for research and development of viral bio-research. The Chinese student got caught with 21 vials of it trying to board a plane back to China.
    I read the report on AMAC website earlier this month.
    Shocking that this virus outbreak happened around the same time. Interesting that I don’t know of any other news agency reports about this. Did you see any?
    I’m curious to hear more about this topic. Also, how this got started in one place in China and why?


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