Tests have today confirmed that 14 people tested for coronavirus have come back as negative.
The government has already held an emergency committee to talk about ways to prevent the virus from heading to the UK.
Coronavirus is usually found within animals, with authorities believing it may have come from a bat that was sold on the market to be eaten as food.
If you contract Conroavirus most humans will recover from the virus themselves, however in the most vulnerable the virus could be deadly.
Within China, 26 people have died from the virus and 33 million people in Hubei province have all been placed on lockdown to prevent the spread of the virus.
The government has suspended public transport and close public venues such as temples and cinemas to prevent the spread of the virus.
China has announced plans to build a 1,000-bed hospital within five days to ensure there is a place to treat those who have contracted the virus.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has declared the outbreak an emergency but said it was “too early” to consider it a “public health emergency of international concern” given “its restrictive and binary nature”.
Precautions are already in place at Heathrow airport to prevent the virus from coming into the UK with screening bays in place for those traveling directly from the epicenter of the outbreak.
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