Kents Hill Park reported to be coronavirus isolation unit in Milton Keynes

The BBC are reporting that Kents Hill Park is going to be used as the coronavirus isolation unit in Milton Keynes for people returning from China.

Passengers will be taken from a flight arriving at RAF Brize Norton in Oxford on Sunday morning to the centre in Kents Hill.

The on-site rooms are showing as being fully reserved on the centre website until Wednesday 26th February.

The Foreign Office have organised the repatriation flight as the death toll continues to rise in China.

The passengers will be kept in isolation at the Milton Keynes centre for 14 days, which is the maximum length of time between humans catching the virus and symptoms first appearing.

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