The Belfast Health Trust was unable to make any comment.
The airport is also deploying doctors with thermal scanners at arrival halls to examine all passengers arriving from China, and to hospitalize those showing signs of the illness.
However, PHA confirmed it is monitoring developments regarding the outbreak of the potentially fatal Wuhan coronavirus. "The numbers aren't the important thing, the important thing is that anybody who has been to Wuhan in the last 14 days and has symptoms, respiratory symptoms that could represent this virus. that we ask them to phone NHS 111 and then we can arrange any appropriate testing".
The man has not left Tokyo since visiting a hospital on Monday, a health ministry official said during a press conference. Numerous early cases of the novel coronavirus were linked to a seafood market in Wuhan that also sold animals for meat. "Anything that limits people's travels during an outbreak would obviously work". "This is an evolving situation and we will provide updates and further guidance as required".
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Bert Robinson, head of boarding at Campbell College, Belfast, confirmed that while there are no boarding students from the affected region, the college houses four students with addresses in other parts of China.
China extended its severe travel ban to additional cities, cutting off travel for 20 million people during a time when millions are expected to be traveling for Chinese New Year.
"The health and wellbeing of our pupils is of the utmost importance and we are following all Public Health Agency guidance to ensure the ongoing safety of all our pupils".
Fewer than 10 people are being tested for the deadly coronavirus in Alameda County, according to health officials.
The World Health Organisation has said it is "too early" to declare an emergency.
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The flu-like virus has since spread to several our parts of China and internationally with cases being confirmed in Singapore, Thailand and the U.S. among others countries.
Five people are being tested for the coronavirus in Scotland and an incident team has been set up to deal with the threat of the virus in the country, a report said.
"Make no mistake. This is still an emergency in China", Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, director general at World Health Organization, said at a news conference after Thursday's meeting. "But it has not yet become a global health emergency. It may yet become one", he said.
Announcing a public health emergency of global concern, or PHEIC, grants the WHO director-general certain powers, including the ability to issue recommendations for how countries should respond.
This has increased concerns infected people have travelled far beyond the city, in order to visit family for New Year celebrations. There have been cases reported by travelers from countries outside of China, including Japan, South Korea, Singapore, Vietnam, Thailand, and the United States - and it sounds like authorities are extremely anxious this pneumonia-like virus can't be contained.More news: Wolves clash is the last true Premier League test for Liverpool