PUBLIC Health Wales has issued advice on suspected Coronavirus cases.

Those who have been to China, Japan, Thailand, Republic of Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia or Macau in the last two weeks and suspect they have the virus should call NHS Direct Wales.

Symptoms include cough, fever and difficulty breathing.

Suspected patients are being asked to call NHS Direct Wales on 0845 4647 or 111 Wales but should not attend a surgery or hospital without phoning in advance.

Public Health Wales said: “If you have been to Hubei Province (including Wuhan) in the last 14 days and have no symptoms, please return home.”

Travellers are being asked to follow advice and to stay indoors and avoid contact with others as much as possible for 14 days after you arrive home.

This means not going into work, school or public areas, avoid visitors in your home and not to use public transport or taxis.

If it is a medical emergency, 999 can be called and inform the call handler of any recent travel.

There have so far been nine positive cases across the UK since the outbreak.