One million new P2 masks are on their way to replenish the smoke-depleted national medical stockpile as authorities respond to the Chinese coronavirus, which has killed 17 people and infected hundreds. NSW Health director of health protection Dr Jeremy McAnulty said on Wednesday that there had been "no cases in Australia at this point", but urged travellers arriving in Australia to "be cautious" and report any symptoms to their GP. A traveler wears a face mask as she sits in a waiting room at a Beijing railway station. Cases of the virus have been confirmed in Beijing.Credit:AP Deaths from China’s new virus rose overnight from nine to 17 with more than 540 cases confirmed, increasing fears of contagion from an infection suspected to have originated from illegally traded wildlife. Several people in NSW have so far tested negative for the novel coronavirus, Dr McAnulty said, while Queensland Health confirmed […]