A child who previously tested negative for the coronavirus and had been released from Rady Children’s Hospital was sent back to the medical clinic for additional assessment in the wake of displaying what was portrayed as “additional symptoms.”
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention authorities said the child was among the evacuees who arrived at MCAS Miramar from Wuhan, China a week ago.
As indicated by CDC authorities, the kid was screened with “concerning symptoms” upon appearance. After being taken to Rady Children’s Hospital for testing, CDC authorities said the kid’s tests returned negative and the child was permitted to come back to MCAS Miramar with the “evacuee population” that is under quarantine.
In any case, since the initial tests and after being cleared, CDC authorities affirmed the child “developed additional symptoms” that required further evaluation, prompting the return to the hospital.
Frank Wicinski revealed to 10News’ Mimi Elkalla that his three-year-old daughter Annabel hacked a few times while both were in quarantine, provoking authorities to take her back to Rady’s as a precaution.
Wicinski and his daughter had tested negative for coronavirus a week ago.
The most recent developments come after health authorities said a coronavirus patient in San Diego was erroneously released back into quarantine at MCAS Miramar.
The female patient is in good condition at the hospital and is relied upon to make a full recuperation.
As per authorities, the lady was erroneously released because of a labeling error.
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