Greek expert sees new coronavirus vaccine being ready ‘relatively quickly’

A Greek scientist who provided a genetic analysis of the novel coronavirus that is responsible for the recent epidemic that broke out in Wuhan, China, says that a vaccination against the virus is within reach and should be ready "relatively quickly."

United Kingdom declares coronavirus a "serious and imminent threat to public health"

The death toll from the new infection in Wuhan has recently reached 908, with over 40.000 cases confirmed around the world. The number of those who contracted coronavirus in the United Kingdom had grown to eight.
According to previous reports, at least four UK nationals were infected after spending time at a ski resort in France.

Coronavirus: Latest suspected case tests negative in Thessaloniki

Thessaloniki health officials say testing has cleared another possible case of coronavirus.
The man, who had travelled to China in December, had been admitted to the northern port city's Ahepa hospital with symptoms resembling those of the Wuhan virus. A sample of his DNA had been sent to the Pasteur Institute.