Everything We Know About Coronavirus

Health officials have identified what could be the first U.S. case of the novel coronavirus spreading within the general population. But a hospital says the diagnosis was delayed for days. Here, a passenger wears a face mask on a train in San Francisco on Wednesday.
Health officials have identified what could be the first U.S. case of the novel coronavirus spreading within the general population. But a hospital says the diagnosis was delayed for days. Here, a passenger wears a face mask on a train in San Francisco on Wednesday.
Health officials have identified what could be the first U.S. case of the novel coronavirus spreading within the general population. But a hospital says the diagnosis was delayed for days. Here, a passenger wears a face mask on a train in San Francisco on Wednesday.
Health officials have identified what could be the first U.S. case of the novel coronavirus spreading within the general population. But a hospital says the diagnosis was delayed for days. Here, a passenger wears a face mask on a train in San Francisco on Wednesday.

Everything We Know About Coronavirus

A new case of coronavirus was confirmed in northern California Wednesday, bringing the total number of cases in the U.S. to 60.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, it’s the first U.S. case of unknown origin — that means the patient did not travel outside the country and did not have contact with another patient known to have the coronavirus, known as COVID-19.

Reset breaks down the latest on coronavirus with Dr. Allison Bartlett of the University of Chicago Medicine.

GUEST: Dr. Allison Bartlett, associate medical director of the infection control program at the University of Chicago Medicine