Dozens of British citizens, including three workers from Oxfordshire are finally returning home tonight, after two weeks in quarantine over the coronavirus outbreak.
They were tested more than once and were not infected, but were kept with others at a unit in Merseyside. They arrived on an evacuation flight from China.
The three workers from technology company P2i at Didcot had been on a business trip to the city of Wuhan, the epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak last month. They were the first British citizens to be flown out of China into RAF Brize Norton.
Meanwhile holidaymakers David and Sally Abel, who live just outside Banbury, remain on the quarantined Diamond Princess cruise ship stationed off the coast of Japan.
They say they've been told they can disembark next week and continue their quarantine ashore if they test negative for the virus.
Oxford university professor Dr Robin Thompson is warning about the risks of the disease spreading on public transport. More than two and half thousand people have been checked for the virus in the UK - nine of them have tested positive.