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A 56-year old man presented to our Emergency Department in Toronto, Canada with a fever and non-productive cough. One-day before he had returned from 3-month visit to Wuhan, China. His oxygen saturation was 97% on room air and he was generally well. Which of the following would be the most inappropriate course of action?

A) Initiate supportive treatment if required
B) Discharge patient to home self-isolation and notify public health authority
C) PCR for 2019-nCoV and other viruses
D) Admit to isolate the patient for 14 days

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B
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D as if patient is having infection it can spread further among his Family
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