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Doctor tests positive for coronavirus in San Antonio

The doctor is reportedly in quarantine at their home.

SAN ANTONIO — A doctor in the University Health System has been confirmed to have the coronavirus.

University Health told KENS 5 that the doctor is in quarantine at their home and that the infection is travel-related.

"We are currently tracing potential contacts and putting staff who have been in contact on 14-day quarantine. At this point we have about a dozen hospital staff members quarantined after contact with this physician," University Health says.

It is unclear whether this is the third confirmed case of coronavirus in San Antonio.

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