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Australia reports 2 coronavirus patients released from hospital after 'completely' recovering from infection

"Their symptoms have resolved completely," Dr. Chant said on Thursday.

More good news coming out of Sydney, Australia!

Two of the four NSW coronavirus patients have recovered from the potentially lethal infection and have been discharged from hospital, according to health authorities.

NSW chief health officer Doctor Kerry Chant said the men were no longer infectious and had been released.
"Their symptoms have resolved completely," Dr Chant said on Thursday.
Key points:
There have been nine confirmed cases of coronavirus in Australia
Two men in NSW detected with the virus are now deemed infection-free
There are 20 potential cases being investigated in the state


"As an added precaution we have undertaken testing to confirm there is no virus detectable in samples taken from those individuals.

"They acquired the virus, they got better, and now they're not infectious."



Both of the discharged men had arrived in NSW from China: a 35-year-old man travelled to Sydney from Shenzhen and a 53-year-old male flew to Sydney from Wuhan.

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