By CBS3 Staff

BUCKS COUNTY, Pa. (CBS) — Health officials have announced Bucks County’s first presumptive positive cases of coronavirus. Officials say two adults living in the same home tested presumptive positive after they attended an out-of-state gathering where they came into contact with two people who later tested presumptive positive.

Both patients are in isolation with mild symptoms.

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Officials say no community spread was involved and there is no impact on local schools.

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“Getting a case here in Bucks County was simply a matter of time,” Bucks County Health Department Director Dr. David Damsker said. “Given that the vast majority of those infected, including our two cases, will have mild symptoms, I want to continue to stress that we remain calm, while taking the virus seriously.”

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There are now 15 cases in Pennsylvania — nine in Montgomery County, one in Philadelphia, one in Delaware County, one in Wayne County and one in Monroe County.