There are now 26 confirmed coronavirus cases in the province.
Two are a Mississauga couple, in their 60s, who took a Grand Princess cruise out of San Francisco to Mexico February 11-21.
They’re well and in self-isolation at home.
The other two are Toronto men; one in his 50s who returned from Iran February 27 and went to North York General March 3, the other in his 40s who returned from Vegas February 28.
The city of Toronto’s Chief Medical Officer of Health, Dr. Eileen de Villa, says he displayed symptoms Monday through Wednesday, but before going to Toronto Western Hospital March 4 he had taken public transit daily to and from work.
“I want to be very clear. I have spoken with our colleagues at the Ministry of Health. I have also conferred with colleagues at Public Health Ontario. Public transit use in this particular circumstance and the exposure with respect to public transit is considered low risk,” de Villa added.
Both Toronto men were assessed and discharged home where they remain in self-isolation.