It is approaching 18:00 here in London and 02:00 in Wuhan, the centre of the coronavirus outbreak.
We're going to pause our live coverage of this story from the time being - but you can always check our main news story for any late updates.
To recap the day's events:
- Several Chinese cities are now in "lockdown", with varying restrictions on transport and public events, including Wuhan, the suspected source, but also Huanggang, Ezhou and Xiantao
- It's also the Lunar New Year period, when many people travel - but authorities have put the breaks on celebrations, with Beijing cancelling all major events and closing the iconic tourist spot of the Forbidden City
- We've also had the first report of a death outside Hubei province, where Wuhan is located
- And the virus has also reportedly spread to other countries, with Singapore and Vietnam joining the list of countries with cases to treat
- If you're a British reader, there have been developments close to home, with four people being tested in Scotland and one man in Northern Ireland being monitored in isolation - though all are possible cases rather than confirmed
- And the World Health Organisation is still debating whether or not to declare a global emergency. We'll let you know in our main news stories if they do
Do you want to know more about this outbreak? We've got some excellent background material:
- First, how do you contain an epidemic, and seal off a city? Is it even possible? The BBC's Owen Amos looks at the tall order.
- Should we be worried? Health and Science correspondent James Gallagher ponders whether this outbreak is a brief flash, or the first sign of something more sinister.
- Still have questions? Well, luckily, we have a your questions answered story, where readers have asked how the virus is transferred, why China, and how it compares to previous outbreaks.