Video PlayerClose SHANGHAI, April 6 (Xinhua) — Shanghai reported five newly confirmed cases of novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) from overseas Sunday, the local health authority said Monday. The municipal health commission said a total of 197 imported cases had been reported in Shanghai by the end of Sunday, while 14 suspected imported cases are under quarantine for further confirmation. The new imported cases were all Chinese citizens, including three from Russia, one from the United States and one from the United Kingdom. All of them were quarantined and tested positive for the virus upon arriving at Shanghai Pudong International Airport. A total of 29 people in close contact with the five patients on flights have been screened and put under quarantine. Shanghai saw no new indigenous COVID-19 infections on Sunday. The municipality has reported a total of 339 indigenous confirmed cases and zero suspected case.
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