HSE Says No Cases Of Coronavirus Confirmed In Ireland

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The HSE says no case of the coronavirus has been confirmed in Ireland and it is continuing to monitor the situation.

It comes as Chinese health officials are warning that the virus is starting to mutate and spread around the world.

Nine people have died, more than 400 been infected in China and a case has been identified in the US.


Dublin Airport says it has no direct flights to China and will liaise with the HSE and follow all guidelines.