Since December, health authorities in China have been grappling with an outbreak of a coronavirus that has sickened hundreds of people and killed 26.
Fourteen people in the UK have been tested for coronavirus with five confirmed negative and nine still awaiting the results, Public Health England have said as experts warn there could be similar cases across many other cities in the UK.
So far, 26 people have died and at least 830 are known to have contracted the disease worldwide, with cases being reported in Japan, South Korea, Thailand, Singapore, Hong Kong and the USA.
But how worried should we be? We’ll be joined by expat Michael Pattison live from the disease’s epicentre in Wuhan, and in the studio by Professor Paul Hunter to talk us through this evolving problem.