Eighty-three people will leave Arrowe Park Hospital in Merseyside on Thursday, 14 days after they arrived on an evacuation flight.
The patient, who has not been named, attended the UK Bus Summit at the Queen Elizabeth II Centre in the British capital on February 6th.
Dave Smith, the chair of the Royal College of Nursing's Emergency Care Association, said: "It's worrying to hear that the public aren't following Public Health England advice about phoning NHS 111 to seek advice, and therefore putting other members of the public and NHS staff at risk of contracting coronavirus".
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On Wednesday the test came back positive setting off a chain of events. As soon as the patient did this, the patient was given a mask and then escorted to be tested in the dedicated area we have assigned for coronavirus testing outside the A&E building - while awaiting the installation of a purpose-built "pod". In line with our protocols, throughout their care the patient was escorted and did not come into contact with other patients.
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An Uber spokesperson said, "We received a request from Public Health England for information about a passenger who has now been confirmed as having coronavirus".
"We've got a devoted on-line portal for public well being authorities to contact Uber for details about riders and drivers, and we are going to take motion on any consumer accounts on the advice of these authorities", the corporate mentioned. Whilst I have been informed that I am at very low risk, I have called 111 to be formally assessed.
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During their time in quarantine one of the group had threatened to abscond from the isolation unit, prompting the Government to announce new legal powers allowing people with the illness to be forcibly quarantined, and forcibly sent into isolation if deemed to pose a threat.
In China 1,355 people have now died from the virus, and more than 60,000 infected.
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