Australian health authorities are warning that the country’s fifth case of the deadly coronavirus won’t be the last. A 21-year-old Sydney university student yesterday became the country’s fifth person to be diagnosed after last week 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. Countries around the world are on high alert with travellers in and out of China amid coronavirus fears. (AP) 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 Professor Brendan Murphy said authorities were doing their best to contact people who had been in close proximity to those who had been diagnosed with the virus, but more positive results were inevitable. "There’s people […]