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Coronavirus: Britons will not fly home from Wuhan on Thursday

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Coronavirus: Britons will not fly home from Wuhan on Thursday

Coronavirus: Britons will not fly home from Wuhan on Thursday

A planned flight to bring British nationals back to the UK from coronavirus-hit Wuhan will not take place on Thursday.

The British Government had anticipated flying around 200 UK citizens out of the country but it is understood Chinese officials have not yet granted permission for the chartered flight to depart.

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