Lucie Lecomte tells me FluTrackers picked up this report from dostor.org on January 8. The site appears to be an Arabic-language resource for doctors: The emergence of the first suspected case of infection with the "Corona" in Dakahlia. A Google translation:
A source medical officer for the Department of Health in Dakahlia detention lady coming from Saudi Arabia Mansoura Chest Hospital after suspected of being infected with HIV Corona.
The source added, was taken into custody Fatema Massad Mohamed Abdel Fattah 28 years old from the village of Albramn Center Mansoura, and has been infected with "Corona" during a visit to her husband, a resident of Saudi Arabia.
source added, that Ms. afternoon symptoms of influenza incurable, stressing that it was taking a sample Blood from the case and send it to the ministry laboratories for analysis, and until the advent of the result and a statement of whether or not infected with the virus, have been booked a hospital isolation room Mansoura and give a number of antibiotics and heat-reducers.
Lucie Lecomte has also found a more recent report on the same site: Health denies HIV infection Lady Dakahlia "Corona." In translation, the story now is that the patient tested negative; it adds that Dr. Maha Rabat, Minister of Health and Population, actually turned up at the hospital on a "surprise visit" to check on the patient's status.
Update: Lucie now reminds me that this case was originally reported here in October, and on re-checking the stories above, they seem to be "echo reports" from then. They used to turn up frequently, but in recent years they've been scarce—but these turned up with doubtfully translated Arabic dates.