The state of Georgia reported its first two coronavirus patients, pushing the number of infected people in the U.S. to 105, as the number of confirmed cases outside of mainland China crossed 10,000.

One of the two Georgians, who are members of the same Atlanta-area household, had recently been to Italy, Gov. Brian Kemp said at a press briefing on Monday night. They have shown only mild symptoms and are being isolated at home with other relatives while contact tracing is conducted, according to a statement.

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