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Sky News 30 Jan 2020

Wuhan Brits will be quarantined on the Wirral


Around 150 Britons stranded in Wuhan by the coronavirus outbreak will be quarantined for two weeks in an NHS facility on the Wirral after they are flown back to the UK, Sky News understands.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been taken to the intensive care unit after being admitted to a hospital for treatment for COVID-19. NBC News' Bill Neely reports that the prime minister will be placed on a ventilator if his condition worsens further.
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