Calming News For All Andalusians: Eight Out of The Nine Suspected Coronavirus Cases in Andalusía, Spain, Found Negative

Reports are coming in that eight out of the nine suspected coronavirus cases that were under observation in different hospitals in Andalusía now have been tested negative for the deadly virus. One case, in a Sevillian center, is still pending, though.

Jesús Aguirre from the Ministry of Health and Families department has confirmed that only one case is still under observation and that the other eight have indeed tested negative.

Still under suspicion is one of the two people that were isolated at the Macarena Hospital in Seville earlier. The president of the Board, Juan Manuel Moreno Bonilla, has confirmed that this case is “very suspicious” and that this person “probably” suffers from the disease.

The Sevillian hospital is still pending confirmation of this last suspicious case. 

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Henric Sundlof