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NW Harris County woman tests presumptively positive for coronavirus

The woman is associated with a group of people who traveled to Egypt last month.

HARRIS COUNTY, Texas — Another person has tested presumptively positive for COVID-19, Harris County Public Health officials announced on Sunday.

Officials said the most recent presumptive positive test was performed on a woman who is associated with a group of people who traveled to Egypt last month.

The woman is between 60 and 70 years old and is from northwest Harris County.

The test will be processed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for official confirmation.

Health officials said the"immediate risk to Harris County remains low as cases in Harris County are all travel-related and there is no evidence of community spread at this time.

The woman is being quarantined and is being continuously monitored by HCPH.

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