Wozniak doesn’t know if he and wife were ‘patient zero’

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Steve Wozniak says he and his wife don’t know if they were sickened by coronavirus after a trip in January to Southeast Asia and could have been “patient zero” for the U.S. spread of the deadly virus.  

They were not tested for coronavirus, he told USA TODAY late Monday.

The Apple co-founder had hinted in a tweet that he and Janet Wozniak, who was seeking care Monday for a bad cough, might have been infected. 

“Checking out Janet’s bad cough. Started Jan. 4. We had just returned from China and may have both been patient zero in U.S. (@ West Coast Sports Institute in Santa Clara, CA),” Woz tweeted from his verified Twitter account.

Janet Wozniak later told USA TODAY she had been diagnosed with a sinus infection.

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