Travellers from China’s Wuhan city pass by body temperature scanners at Narita airport near Tokyo. Australians have been urged to be on alert after the number of confirmed cases of a new form of viral pneumonia which has swept across China’s Wuhan region, with the potentially deadly threat growing as millions of Chinese gear up for travel across the Lunar New Year holidays. So far, two people have died out of 62 cases of the novel coronavirus, which all stemmed from people who have been to the city of Wuhan. While a half-dozen countries in Asia, three Unites States airports and Wuhan Tianhe international airport have started screening incoming airline passengers from central China, Australia won’t follow suit. Medical staff transfer patients to Jin Yintan hospital after second person in Wuhan dies from the mystery virus. On Sunday, Australian Government Chief Medical Officer Professor Brendan Murphy said there was […]