Two Australian in South China’s Guangdong province have been confirmed as having the coronavirus according to Chinese media reports. The Global Times cited local government officials in reporting that the Australian nationals and one Pakistani contracted the disease. The news has not yet been confirmed by the Department for Foreign Affairs and Trade. It comes as the national toll in Australia rose to seven after Queensland recorded its first case of the potentially deadly disease. It was confirmed in a 44-year-old Chinese national, who is currently isolated in the Gold Coast University Hospital. The man, who is from the city of Wuhan where the virus broke out, is stable. The Queensland case comes just hours after a sixth person was confirmed to have the virus in Victoria. The man in his 60s became unwell on January 23 and was tested through his GP. Victoria’s chief health officer Dr Brett […]