London shares are still down as fears over the spread of the coronavirus continue to grip investors.
At 10:30, the FTSE 100 was down by 208.36 points, or by 3.07%, to 6,585.54.
Travel firms are weighing on the blue-chip index as worries persist about the virus's outbreak and travel restrictions. IAG (which owns British Airways) has lost a lot of ground, falling 7.28% to 477.70. Tui also saw its shares slump by 6.98% to 610.10.
Engineering giant Rolls-Royce is leading the risers on the blue-chip index, despite the fact it reported a pre-tax loss of £891m last year. It's seen a boost to its share price of 4.83% to 629.80.
The wider FTSE 250 index saw a drop of 618.06 points, or 3.12%, to 19,164.14.
Aston Martin's share price continue to fall today. It's leading the losers after shedding 12.03% to 314.00 after its finance chief quit yesterday.
Online trader Plus 500 is the top riser, with an increase of 4.33%, or 37.80 points, to 912.50. It said it had seen "a significant increase" in levels of trading activity recently.