Suspected novel coronavirus cases not confirmed in Kyiv – Health Ministry.

Censor.NET reports citing Health Ministry of Ukraine report.

"Suspected cases of infection caused by 2019-nCoV [novel coronavirus] have been disproved following medical examinations and consultations of two patients, who were hospitalized in Kyiv's Oleksandrivska Hospital. Laboratory tests to establish the etiology are in progress," the ministry said on Facebook on February 3.

The Health Ministry also said that three more suspected coronavirus cases also have been disproved as those people were diagnosed with adenovirus infection.

The ministry recalled that two passengers appealed with a suspicion of 2019-nCoV disease at the Boryspil Airport on February 1. Following the examination, both were previously diagnosed with acute respiratory viral infection.

Read more: Two people with ARVI hospitalized in Ukraine after return from China

"The ministry continues to monitor the epidemic situation," it said.

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