More than 100 people, who have spent the last two weeks quarantined at a centre in Milton Keynes, will be allowed home today.

Around 150 people arrived at Kents Hill Park hotel and conference centre on February 9, after travelling on an evacuation flight from the coronavirus-hit Chinese city of Wuhan.

The group, which includes 105 British nationals and their family members, have been regularly tested for any signs of the virus during the 14-day quarantine period.

118 guests are being released on Sunday, NHS England confirmed.

The government says no new UK cases had been detected.

Milton Keynes Hospital confirmed everyone has tested negative for coronavirus on 13 February Credit: ITV Anglia

It comes as a repatriation flight carrying 32 British and European evacuees from the Diamond Princess cruise ship in Japan landed back in the UK yesterday (22 February).

Passengers have been taken by road to Arrowe Park Hospital on the Wirral, where they will be placed in quarantine for 14 days.

So far, none of the 32 have tested positive for Covid-19.

More than 77,000 cases of coronavirus have been confirmed across the world, the majority of which are in China.

Britons on coronavirus-hit cruise ship Diamond Princess arrive back in UK Credit: PA