(Image source: CBS.com) The West Indian and Sri Lankan student has returned fromAsia and appeared to be showing no symptoms when reported into the Middletown Medical Center Saturday, reports the Middletown Advocate thedaily newspaper in the township of 2,100 people. ‘He said he had been infected with the new coronavirus and he was getting sicker and sicker,’ Dr. Alan Luecke said a press conference Saturday morning. He noted that the patient was also carrying seven other viral infections including malaria. ‘He has not been in full, continuous remission since he left, and is very sick,’ Luecke said. Luecke said that the patient is likely to go to New Jersey on Wednesday to be diagnosed, and that the next steps of the case and its treatment would be made known on Wednesday. The patient was discharged Saturday and the Middletown Medical Center had not been notified of his return as of Saturday afternoon, according to medical director, Robert Jastrow.
Possible symptoms of 2018 Novel Cv & 2019-nCoV (Image source: Thedaily newspaper of Middletown, PA) Luecke has declared Dr. Jastrow must remain in the hospital and that the patient was ‘sick and in a very unhealthy state’, and Dr. Suryakumar Doraiswamy has joined Luecke in a letter on January 30 to all Middletown students and faculty saying, “We are in shock about this situation,” in the letter.
Ongoing Infection Suspect, a former Navy Seal was to Have a Brain Exam on Monday
On Friday the university asked the public to keep an eye out at 6 a.m. for the body of former Navy Seal, who was last seen in New Jersey Friday and Friday night. The body with the yellow sign that reads ‘Body at Middletown Medical Center’ would be delivered to the school in an unmarked van by 11 a.m. on Monday. The former Navy Seal was an avid fitness enthusiast and also played football and basketball for Middletown University where he was a graduate degree applicant, the Middletown Advocate says. The former Navy Seal left behind a wife and two children . His family has not given their names. A family member with the same name says the former military member moved to the United States from Indiana.
Middletown Police Department has advised on twitter, “You will be escorted to and from the hospital for viewing of the body in an unmarked vehicle. Your vehicle will be accompanied by Police. If you are a family member and have any questions please direct your comments to Lt Joseph Speronis, 609-957-1344,(Email)
Divers inpreparation for death-suit diving
The Middletown Police Department and Navy Special Warfare Operator Battalion 10 are prepared to dive and recover downed aircraft from the Watertown Sewer District, on Sunday, January 25, 2018 at 9 a.m.. The Middletown dive team is armed with the latest dive gear and will also carry a first responder tank, a recovery device, a Lifejack and a parachute rig. At 9 a.m., we will begin diver training with the Middletown Police Dive Team and the Navy Special Warfare Operator Battalion 10 as well as our Middletown Area Dive Team (MED-DOT). Our entire team will return to the city of Middletown and will continue to train until the area is filled with recoverable items.
Middletown Medical School to host The First 100 People to Survive2019 Novel Coronavirus
The Middletown Medical School has decided that the second annual Spring Middletown 2019 Novel Coronavirus Festival will take place on Tuesday, March 30, 2018 from noon to 7:30 p.m.. The Festival will not only feature the world premiere of a documentary film celebrating the world-wide survival of the 2018-2019 Novel Coronavirus outbreak and will also be the venue of numerous speakers who will discuss novel coronaviruses & research. A total of ten lectures is scheduled to take place that day. The Festival will also feature a special award in the field of novel coronavirus by the Middletown Public Library; a unique grant program from the University of Rhode Island to assist with research related to novel coronaviruses; and a “Bridging the Gap” tour that will bring you to Middletown for several academic lectures on novel coronavirus.
The first 100 people to survive the Novel Coronavirus disease (nCoV) outbreak will be celebrated at the 2018 Novel Coronavirus Festival. The Festival opens with a special award the Middletown Public Library will receive to help with research related to the 2018 Novel Coronavirus outbreak. (image source: Middletown,PA