From Hong Kong's CHP :
" A spokesman of the Centre for Health Protection (CHP) of the Department of Health (DH) today (June 19) provided an update on a suspected case of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome affecting a 17-year-old man.
The preliminary laboratory test results by the Public Health Laboratory Services Branch of the CHP on his nasopharyngeal swab yielded negative for Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus. The patient has been in stable condition all along.
The CHP received notification from Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH) yesterday (June 18). The patient, with good past health, has presented with cough, runny nose, fever and sore throat since June 16. He attended QEH upon his return to Hong Kong yesterday.
Locally, the CHP will continue its surveillance mechanism with public and private hospitals, practising doctors and the airport for any suspected case of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome."