A Chinese takeaway in Arbroath Scotland is in self-imposed quarantine as workers who recently returned from celebrating the Chinese new year lock all doors and windows.
The notice on the takeaway’s door reads: ‘Due to our staff having to be quarantined after coming back from China, we will be open on the 18th. Sorry for any inconvenience.’
The normal period required to make sure the virus has not been contracted is two weeks. So far, thirty people have been tested for the deadly virus in Scotland as of today – but there have been no confirmed cases.