A woman on the evacuation flight to Travis Air Force Base from the cruise ship in Japan stricken with the disease- COVID-19, had to leave her husband behind Sunday night.
During the flight, the final test results showed 14 people had the coronavirus, even though they did not have symptoms.
No specific time for the arrival has been given, a base spokesperson said, adding it is expected to be "some time after 5 p.m."
Elissa Harrington reports from Travis Air Force Base in Fairfield.
As the deadly coronavirus outbreak continues to ravage the country, pet owners in China are taking extra precautions for their furry friends.
Merchants and restaurant owners have seen a steep decline in business.
Elissa Harrington reports.
The victim was an 80-year-old tourist from China. He was admitted to a hospital in Paris late January, but when his condition became critical in recent days, his health deteriorated rapidly, officials said.
Facebook media relations chief Anthony Harrison says, “Our priority is the health and safety of our teams, so out of an abundance of caution, we canceled our Global Marketing Summit due to the evolving public health risks related to coronavirus.”
After that, Bay Areae travelers will have to wait at least six weeks to fly direct to China, as the country announced another spike in coronavirus cases.
There are now 63,851 confirmed cases in mainland China, of which 1,380 have died.
Officials have confirmed another case of coronavirus infection in the U.S. and this latest one is a U.S. evacuee from China in Texas.
The total deaths from the outbreak stood at 1,367 on Thursday, with the total number of confirmed cases mounting to 59,804.
The number of reported cases of the novel coronavirus, now named COVID-19, seemed to be leveling off before Chinese officials announced a major change Wednesday.
Hong Kong health officials are investigating the possibility that the coronavirus may have spread through an unsealed pipe in an apartment building in response to one of the building’s residents having become infected.
Angela Jourdan, Enchanted Bridal Boutique owner, says brides getting married this year should not put off ordering their gowns.
The new disease is caused by a coronavirus that was first identified late last year in China.
A mother and daughter from the Peninsula started driving home to the Bay Area on Tuesday after they were quarantined in Southern California because of the coronavirus outbreak.
The coronavirus outbreak and fears of exposure continue to cause a ripple effect in the health and travel industries, as well as the Chinese community.
Santa Clara County has declared a local emergency over coronavirus outbreak, even as public health officials say the risk to the general public is still low.