More than 82,000 people have so far contracted the virus worldwide, as the death toll surpassed 2,800. That suggests the disease is rapidly spreading across new countries.
Health Minister Christine Elliott's director of communications says the husband was not in Iran with his wife, and this marks the first time Ontario has seen a case of human-to-human transmission - the patients in all of the other cases had a recent travel history to China. Global News will have that livestream here. Brazil's stock index fell over 7 per cent.
In France, a second person died - a teacher who had not visited any country with a known outbreak.
In Japan, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe called for sports and cultural events to be scrapped or curtailed for two weeks to stem the virus as concern mounted for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
There have been almost 50 deaths outside China, including 12 in Italy and 19 in Iran, according to a Reuters tally. The sudden increases of cases in Italy, the Islamic Republic of Iran and the Republic of Korea are deeply concerning.
Google applies for licence to work with Huawei again
In an interview with a German publication, Google executive has confirmed that the company is seeking exemption. A recent report has stated that Google has applied for a U.S. licence to work with Huawei officially once more.
Trump addresses nation about coronavirus outbreak
Overnight Mr Trump accused news network MSNBC (which he referred to as MSDNC) of making the disease look as bad as possible. Josh Hawley, a Republican from Missouri, tweeted Tuesday. "I think that whole situation will start working out".