Airport workers have voiced fears at an alleged lack of protective gear or comprehensive safety plans across some major airports in Australia amid the coronavirus outbreak. More than 213 people have died from the respiratory illness, with 9,600 confirmed cases of the infection in China alone. Nine people have been diagnosed with the deadly disease in Australia, however all are stable. People wearing protective face masks to protect themselves from Coronavirus are seen at Brisbane International Airport in Brisbane, Friday, January 31, 2020. The World Health Organisation has declared the coronavirus outbreak a global emergency. (AAP Image/Glenn Hunt) NO ARCHIVING (AAP) Four people in New South Wales, three in Victoria and two in Queensland have been treated since the outbreak spread to Australia. Australia’s leading transport union says they are dealing with a number of concerns from airport workers across multiple states frightened by the risks of contracting the […]