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Coronavirus: Travellers to UK 'Self-Isolate'

Coronavirus: Travellers to UK ‘Self-Isolate’

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Coronavirus: Travellers to UK ‘Self-Isolate’.  Even if no systems

Health Secretary Matt Hancock is asking anyone in the UK who has returned from Wuhan, China in the last 14 days to ‘self-isolate’. They should stay indoors, avoid contact with other people and contact the NHS 111 service.  In Northern Ireland call your GP.

However, Matt Hancock told the House of Commons Monday 27 January that the country was well prepared.  Mr Hancock has directed Public Health England to adopt a belt and braces approach including tracing people who have been in Wuham in the past 14 days.

Government is working to get Britons of the coronavirus-hit Hubei province in China.

Officials estimate that up to 200 UK citizens currently there will want to return to the UK.

Do you know anyone that is stuck in Wuhan?  Let us know.  How are they dealing with it?

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