"Anyone with a cough, fever, or shortness of breath who attends hospital and has recently returned from one of the specified countries, will be advised to follow signs to NHS 111 pods and call for advice, igso they stay isolated from other patients and avoid causing unnecessary pressure in A&E".
A man at the centre of a United Kingdom outbreak of coronavirus has been discharged from hospital and is no longer contagious.
Steve Walsh has been confirmed to be free of coronavirus.
Professor Keith Willett, the NHS strategic incident director, said in a statement: "I'm pleased to say that - following two negative tests for coronavirus, 24 hours apart - Mr Walsh has been discharged from Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust, having made a full recovery following his treatment".
"I also thank friends, family and colleagues for their support during recent weeks and I ask the media to respect our privacy".
Mr Walsh has also been linked with five more cases of coronavirus in the United Kingdom, including two doctors - one of whom worked at a Brighton surgery that has temporarily shut.More news: England recall Jennings, Foakes for Sri Lanka tour
"Whilst [sic] I have fully recovered, my thoughts are with others who have contracted coronavirus", he said in a statement.
"Mr Walsh's symptoms were mild and he is no longer contagious and poses no risk to the public".
Bob Saynor and his nine-year-old son are both in a French hospital.
Steve Walsh, 53, was discharged Wednesday from a London hospital after he was quarantined for the deadly virus, which he became infected with during his travels to Singapore, the Sun reported.
"We wish him well and hope he recovers soon", a spokesperson said.
Dr Andrew Freedman, an expert in infectious diseases at Cardiff University, told The Sun: "It does appear the index case has passed on the infection to an unusually large number of contacts".More news: United Nations blacklists 112 companies with ties to illegal Israel West Bank settlements
"This may occur as a result of someone being infectious despite having few or no symptoms, meaning they are unaware they have the infection".
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 the virus, now also known as Covid-19.
Two of those diagnosed are Global Positioning System at a local practice, the County Oak Medical Centre, in Brighton which has closed following the local outbreak for a "deep clean".
Also on Tuesday, Health Secretary Matt Hancock told MPs in the Commons that new funding was being launched immediately "to support any urgent works the NHS needs for the coronavirus response, such as the creation of further isolation areas and other necessary facilities".
Staff at a local primary school are also "self-isolating" because of contact with those infected. They successfully identified these individuals and ensured the appropriate support was provided.More news: Triple folding phones? Samsung says ‘Yes, it is possible’