translated from Spanish: Health rules out coronavirus in CDMX and Michoacan

The Ministry of Health ruled out that cases of coronavirus have been recorded in Mexico City, Michoacán and Tamaulipas, so of the seven cases, so far reported in the country, only three are under review.
These cases were reported in Tepatitlán, Jalisco, after a 42-year-old man developed symptoms of the disease from January 13 after arriving from Wuhan, China, the city where the outbreak originated. The other two cases are a 2-year-old girl and a 37-year-old woman who had contact with the subject.
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According to the federal agency, none of the suspected cases have severe symptomatology.
So far, 898 confirmed cases of coronavirus 2019-nCoV and 26 deaths have been reported globally globally. “The World Health Organization’s risk assessment explains that the risk of the event is very high for China, high regionally and moderateglobally,” the secreatewould explained.
“The population is recommended to practice frequent hand washing or disinfection with gel alcohol, especially before eating food, after going to the bathroom and returning from crowded or outdoor places,” he recommended to the population.
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