PHOTO: © Naeblys / Australian health authorities are warning the country’s fifth case of the deadly coronavirus won’t be the last. A 21-year-old Sydney university student has become the country’s fifth person to be diagnosed after flying back from the virus’s epicentre in Wuhan, China. Three men – aged 35, 43 and 53 – are also being treated at Sydney’s Westmead Hospital and are in a stable condition. ARTICLE CONTINUES AFTER THIS ADVERTISEMENT Federal Health Minister Greg Hunt says there’s potential for more cases. Authorities are working to trace all contact the five patients have had, including people who were on the same flights, the minister told Sky News on Tuesday. NSW Health confirmed five people were also undergoing testing. A man in his 50s in Victoria is being treated at Monash Medical Centre while four of his family members are under home isolation. Australian chief medical officer […]