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The sixth case of COVID-19 coronavirus in WA confirmed that it was the first human-to-human transmission

Two cases of coronavirus have been confirmed in Western Australia. For the first time, transmission of the virus from one person to another was recorded in the state.

Health officials said a woman in her 60s had been diagnosed and said she had received the virus from her husband, who had recently returned from Iran.
The couple isolate themselves at home and are monitored regularly by the health department.

The woman's husband is examined for the virus and efforts are made to determine who the man has been in contact with since his return to Washington.

He had been in Washington for 13 days and the authorities said he had been told about an interpreter to try to follow the movements of his wife and wife.

Another man's condition was confirmed in the 1940s as the sixth state of the country today. He is said to have been infected with his mother's virus, which flew from Jakarta to Washington.

He stayed in Washington for six days before traveling to Melbourne.
Washington Health Secretary Roger Cook said it was the first person-to-person transmission of a potentially deadly coronavirus in Washington state and was identified after health officials evaluated all family members who contacted them. With the woman.

Health authorities track the movements of the six cases in the state.

Source :ِABC