A GP surgery has gone into lock-down over a suspected coronavirus case as two MPs place themselves in ‘self-isolation’ and a Channel 4 employee is escorted out of the broadcaster’s London office by people in hazmat suits over fears the virus could spread in the UK. Kingston Crescent Surgery in Portsmouth, Hampshire, bolted its doors at 4.30pm today after a woman who had recently flown into Gatwick caused an alert at the centre. Labour MPs Lilian Greenwood and Alex Sobel, who both went to a Westminster bus conference attended by a coronavirus sufferer, also revealed today that they had cancelled upcoming engagements as public health England advised them to stay at home for 14-days, the virus’s incubation period. A Channel 4 employee was also taken out of the broadcaster’s London headquarters and whisked away for coronavirus tests today. The staff member had felt unwell after returning from a holiday in China. It comes as cases of the virus – named COVID-19 – in the UK remain at nine after a woman was taken to hospital in London and tested positive for the virus. Kingston Crescent Surgery in Portsmouth, Hampshire, bolted its doors at 4.30pm following a suspected coronavirus case Labour… Read full this story
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