Coronavirus

Public have been asked to avoid "all but essential travel” to Wuhan.
Flights and trains at one of country's biggest cities halted as decision on global emergency declaration delayed.
The coronavirus started in the Chinese city of Wuhan and has already seen hundreds taken ill, with 17 confirmed deaths. Heightened precautions are being taken in China and elsewhere by governments, as hundreds of millions of people are expected to travel both domestically and abroad for Lunar New Year celebrations.
Hundreds of millions of people are expected to travel both domestically and abroad for Lunar New Year, prompting fears the coronavirus could spread quickly.
There have been 45 confirmed cases of the virus so far, but scientists have said hundreds more people could have been infected.
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The European Commission has produced a proposal to make it easier for the EU to quickly tackle serious health threats. Under the plans each member state would be required to draw up, consolidate and update its national preparation and response plan for dealing with health crises in a coordinated manner.
The new Sars-like respiratory illness which has killed more than half of the people who have been infected with it is a "threat
A UK resident who contracted a Sars-like virus has died in hospital, medical officials have confirmed. The Queen Elizabeth
A new respiratory virus has been detected in a severely-ill patient from the Middle East who is being treated in a British