A plane with 32 British evacuated from the Diamond Princess cruise ship, docked in Japan and whose passengers had to stay in quarantine for the Chinese coronavirus, landed on Saturday at a military base in the United Kingdom.
The aircraft touched down at the Boscombe Down military base in the county of Wiltshire, southern England, and passengers will be taken to the Arrowe Park hospital in northwestern England, where they must spend fourteen days in quarantine.
Two other groups of Britons who had recently returned from China were also isolated in that hospital.
In recent days, eight out of nine people diagnosed with the Chinese coronavirus in the United Kingdom have been discharged after giving negative tests in two successive clinical trials, according to the NHS.
Meanwhile, the media reports that Public Health (NHS) can perform coronavirus tests at the homes of patients suspected of carrying the virus, rather than at medical centers to prevent the spread of the disease.