Pennsylvania now has 2 confirmed cases of coronavirus

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DOYLESTOWN, Pa. (AP) - Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf says the state's first two cases of coronavirus have been identified, one in Delaware County and one in Wayne County.

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The two people are quarantined in their homes, Wolf said.

No other information on the people affected has been released.

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Pennsylvania Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine says the cases are not related to a case that closed schools in Bucks County.

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Classes were cancelled Friday at five schools because some members of its school community were exposed to a separate confirmed case of COVID-19.

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