A team of experts from the World Health Organization (WHO) arrived in China to find out the reasons for the outbreak of the Coronavirus.
The WHO team's visit to the head of the company, Tedros Adhanom, is about two weeks after China, during his visit to Beijing, where he spoke to Chinese President Xi Jinping and the ministers on sending the international mission to China. Was agreed.
After his visit, Tedros Ehnholm said the team of experts would consist of 10 to 15 members.
In his recent statement, he expressed concern over the cases of the virus being transmitted from one person to another in European countries, though these people had never travelled to China.
He said that 'in the UK and France at present, even the most recent but rare cases can pose a serious threat'.
On the other hand, a coronary staff member confirmed the Coronavirus in the British city of Brighton on Monday.
According to a foreign news agency 'Reuters' report citing the British broadcasting agency BBC, the county's Oak Medical Center was temporarily shut down after the member's Coronavirus came out positive.
Last week, British health officials said a coronavirus case had been identified in Brighton, after which they were taking steps to prevent it from spreading.
The message left in the medical centre's phone after confirming the case stated, "Unfortunately the centre has been closed due to emergency operational health and safety reasons."
A British man was taken to St Thomas' Hospital in London on February 6 after being identified by the Coronavirus.
A medical centre in Town of Berkeley, central England, was also closed for hours on Monday amid fears of a Coronavirus.
It may be noted that 909 people have been killed so far in China as a result of the coronavirus, while in total 40,235 cases of the virus have been reported.
Corona reported 319 cases in 24 other countries in which one person was killed.