Oregon and Rhode Island both announce second presumptive cases
The states of Oregon and Rhode Island both announced their second presumptive positive cases of the novel coronavirus on Sunday.
"The second case is an adult household contact of the first presumptive case. The second adult is not hospitalized and is recovering," the Oregon Health Authority said Sunday.
The Rhode Island case is a teenager and is at home with "mild symptoms," the state's Health Department said Sunday. In addition, a third person with mild symptoms is being tested. Both the teenager and the person being tested, a woman in her 30s, went on the same trip to Europe as the man who tested positive for coronavirus Sunday morning.