An eighth case of the coronavirus has been confirmed in Australia after officials revealed a woman in her 40s in Victoria had returned positive tests. A third person has been diagnosed with the novel coronavirus in Victoria, bringing the total number of cases in Australia to eight. The infected woman is in her 40s and visiting Australia from China’s central Hubei Provence, Victorian health authorities confirmed on Thursday. "[She] is in a stable condition with the respiratory illness. She has been confirmed positive today following a series of tests," they said in a statement. Meanwhile, Queensland authorities are attempting to reach people who flew from Melbourne to the Gold Coast on Tiger Airways flight #TT566 on 27 January, after authorities confirmed a 44-year-old Chinese national had travelled on the flight while infected with the virus. The man was from Wuhan, believed to be the epicentre of the disease, and […]