France announced that three of the five people who came in contact with a patient who contracted the SARS-like disease coronavirus tested negative for the disease, according to lab results early Saturday.

French Health Minister Marisol Touraine said that a doctor, nurse, and a third health professional were all tested and the results found that none of them have the disease. The patient, a 65-year-old who was confirmed to have coronavirus after a trip to the United Arab Emirates, was reportedly in stable yet serious condition on Friday.

The two other cases — a friend or family member of the infected patient and a patient who shared a room — are expected later today. Dr. Benoit Guery, of Lille hospital where the patient is being treated, says that the infected man's friend or family member's condition is "not worrying."

The frenzy over a possible widespread outbreak began in May when 15 patients tied to a coronavirus outbreak in Saudi Arabia died. The World Health Organization (WHO) says the number of confirmed cases of coronavirus is 33.