Total number of cases neared 12,000 worldwide across more than two dozen countries.
Though the World Health Organization declared coronavirus a global health emergency Thursday, public health officials in Alberta have stressed that risk from the virus remains low.
China's environment ministry on Saturday urged local governments to step up disposal of medical and urban wastewater to prevent the spread of the virus. The death toll went up to 304 as of yesterday midnight.
One of the passengers, who is a Zimbabwean but based in China, arrived the country aboard Kenya Airways without a vaccination card.
CNN International reported on Sunday that 2019-nCoV had killed at least 305 people and sickened more than 14,300 globally.
Two more Australians in China are confirmed to have been infected.
Seven countries - the U.S., Australia, Germany, Japan, South Korea, the United Emirates and Vietnam - reported new cases of coronavirus on Saturday, while Spain reported its first case, the AP reported.
The federal government announced on Wednesday that it chartered a plane to evacuate 160 Canadians who were caught in China due to stringent quarantine measures by the Chinese government to stop the virus from spreading. Macau, a gambling hub popular with Chinese mainland tourists, has confirmed seven cases. Nepal has reported one case so far: a man who arrived from Wuhan. Massachusetts Public Health Commissioner Monica Bharel said in a statement that the man recently traveled to Wuhan, China, where the virus originally spread starting in early January.
The patient was a 44-year-old Chinese man from Wuhan, in Hubei province, where the virus was first detected.
Infections have jumped in two cities flanking Wuhan, where the new virus is believed to have originated, raising concerns that new hot spots are emerging despite strict transport restrictions.
Nwodo stated that no serious case relating to coronavirus had been recorded at the airports and other borders at the moment; otherwise port health and quarantine agency officials would have raised the alarm.
US authorities also took the "unprecedented" action to put 195 USA citizens who recently returned from Wuhan in quarantine for 14 days. Thailand has announced 19 confirmed infections.
"The case-fatality ratio is settling out at a much lower level than we were reporting three, now four, weeks ago", he said. State media said the latest case is a 25-year-old hotel receptionist in central Khanh Hoa province.
Tina Namiesniowski, President of the Canadian Health Authority, told the committee that travel-related cases are expected to increase in Canada and the number of confirmed cases will increase. USA officials this week reported the first human-to-human transmission of the disease in the United States in IL. So far, 328 people have recovered and have been discharged from the hospitals since the outbreak in late December. A tourist from Wuhan tested positive for the virus on Wednesday and was being treated in isolation in hospital, officials said.