"Mr. Walsh's symptoms were mild and he is no longer contagious and poses no risk to the public, he is keen to return to his normal life and spend time with his family out of the media spotlight", Keith Willett, the strategic incident director for the United Kingdom health agency, said in a statement on Wednesday.
Of the nine people so far diagnosed with coronavirus in the United Kingdom, two are Global Positioning System.
"I'm happy to be home and feeling well", Walsh said in a statement.
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Guy's Hospital in central London, where Mr Walsh was under quarantine.More news: Hong Kong Sevens to be postponed to October due to coronavirus
The victim is believed to be a Chinese national who was diagnosed on Thursday NZ time.
This was after concerns were raised that Walsh, who tested positive for coronavirus, may have passed it on to others.
Mr Walsh, who's in an isolation unit at St Thomas' Hospital in London, told the Daily Mail newspaper that he went straight to hospital after finding out that someone he met in Singapore had been diagnosed with coronavirus.
The Hove father at the centre of the Brighton and Hove coronavirus outbreak has been discharged from hospital after twice testing negative for the bug.
The report further said that there is technically no scientific explanation as to why some people spread this virus at such a fast pace.More news: Fall in new cases raises hope in virus outbreak in China
On his way back to the United Kingdom from Singapore, he stopped off at a ski region in France, where five other Britons were subsequently infected with coronavirus, now also known as Covid-19.
Public Health England is contacting a small number of patients who were seen by the A&E worker, the BBC said, who it says has since followed advice to self-isolate.
"I would like to thank the NHS for their help and care and although I have fully recovered, my thoughts are with the other people who have contracted coronavirus", he said.
As a result, the hospital is experiencing some staff shortages, he said.
Earlier, Professor Neil Ferguson, from the MRC Centre for Global Infectious Disease Analysis at Imperial College, London, told the BBC Radio 4 Today programme the world was "in the early phases of a global pandemic at the moment" and the true number of United Kingdom cases is higher than eight.More news: Senate votes to limit Trump's war powers against Iran
The disease - now officially named Covid-2019 - has infected more than 44,000 people worldwide and killed 1113, according to official reports.