Terrifying scenes at Sydney Airport as baby suspected of contracting the deadly coronavirus is rushed off the tarmac straight into quarantine

Saturday, January 25, 2020
By Paul Martin

Baby was rushed to hospital by hazmat teams after showing worrying symptoms
As many as 10,000 people could already be infected with the fatal coronavirus
The infant sparked the scare after flying into Sydney Airport late on Friday night

24 January 2020

A baby was rushed into quarantine after arriving at Sydney Airport, as officials feared it could be the first Australian case of the deadly coronavirus.

The infant was taken to hospital overnight after displaying worrying flu-like symptoms on a flight to Australia.

It came amid fears that the deadly virus could soon become a global pandemic, as thousands of Chinese travellers head overseas for the Lunar New Year.

Bio-security measures were brought in as health officials carried out an emergency response just before midnight on Friday.

Paramedics arrived at the airport in full hazmat suits and rushed the child to Sydney Children’s Hospital.

The baby was later given the all-clear and has been discharged.

Four Australians are in urgent quarantine amid fears they have caught the deadly coronavirus which has killed 26 people.

The patients, two in Queensland and two in New South Wales, came down with cold-like symptoms after returning from the Chinese city of Wuhan, where the virus originated.

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