UK on alert for deadly coronavirus as four people are tested
Britain is braced for more potential cases of the deadly coronavirus as four possible cases are tested in Scotland.
Professor Jurgen Haas, head of infection medicine at the University of Edinburgh, said three cases are being checked out in the Scottish capital and the other is believed to be in Glasgow.
And he believes there will be many more potential cases in other cities across the UK.
South Korea has reported its first death from the coronavirus outbreak, as the number of cases globally approaches 75,000.
China insists its containment measures are working, but people are still worried about returning to public areas.
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