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kn95 マスク, The man experienced “mild symptoms” on a flight from Guangzhou, China, to Toronto, while as of Monday, his wife was reportedly showing no symptoms, despite her positive result for  2019-nCoV. The man wore a mask on the flight, according to multiple reports. A private car came to pick the couple up from the  Pearson International Airport on Jan. 22 and took them straight home; the driver also wore a mask, according to CTV News. The couple lives alone, but an undisclosed amount of people who had “close contact” with the couple on the flight have since been contacted, Reuters reports.

kn95 マスク - During a press conference on Monday, Dr. David Williams, Ontario’s chief medical officer of Health, said the news was “not surprising” as the novel virus is transmissible between humans. As the outbreak continues —  at least five cases have been confirmed in the U.S. —  China’s health minister said over the weekend that he believes virus can spread during the incubation period, sparking fears that it can be more easily passed on than previously thought.

kn95 マスク, National Health Minister Ma Xiaowei made the comments at a press briefing on Sunday and said that information on the virus was limited, making many risks unclear. The incubation period for the novel coronavirus can range from one to 14 days, during which it is infectious, he said. WUHAN CORONAVIRUS CRITICISM PROMPTS MAYOR TO OFFER RESIGNATION AS 'A FORM OF APOLOGY'  Ma said the country was entering a “crucial” stage in the response efforts as “it seems like the ability of the virus to spread is getting stronger.”

kn95 マスク - Amid the outbreak, the Canadian Government has also advised its citizens to “avoid all travel” to the Hubei province, which includes the city of Wuhan. Fox News' Alexandria Hein contributed to this report. 

kn95 マスク - Fox News Flash top headlines for Jan. 28 are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com. As the coronavirus continues to spread, the U.S. is reportedly planning to boost staff at almost two dozen airports in an effort to screen nearly all passengers traveling from China. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said it increased its travel warning to Level 3 on Monday, recommending travelers to avoid all nonessential travel to China. Concerns over the virus' fast-spreading nature have prompted the CDC to increase staffing at 20 U.S. airports that have quarantine facilities, The Washington Post reported.