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Videos can use content-based copyright law contains reasonable use Fair Use (). CHANNEL 4 employees have been put on high alert after a member of staff was tested for coronavirus. The individual, who worked in their London offices, had recently returned from a trip in Asia. They began to feel unwell this week and went for precautionary tests. An email distributed around staff informed them of the development and stressed that anyone who had been in contact with the person would be informed. Read our coronavirus live blog for all the latest news and updates A TV insider told The Sun: “There was a panic when the email was sent around – people feel really stressed about the possibility of the virus being in their workplace. “Of course they know it’s early stages but it’s a really worrying time, especially as so many of the staff have children. “Bosses are trying to stop panic and have told senior members of staff to keep everyone calm but it’s not been easy.” A spokesperson for Channel 4 said: “On Thursday a member of staff at Channel 4 who had travelled to Asia within the last month felt unwell. “As a precautionary measure they decided to seek medical advice and, in line with the latest public health advice regarding the Coronavirus, they were taken to hospital for a precautionary test. “We have informed our staff of this and continue to follow all the latest public health guidance.” What to do if you’re worried you’ve got coronavirus BRITISH health chiefs have raised the coronavirus risk to the public from low to moderate. Health professionals are working to contact anyone who has been in close contact with people who have coronavirus. The majority of those who have been infected with the virus so far have either visited China or been in close contact with someone who has. But if you are concerned, knowing the signs is one of the best ways to protect yourself from 2019-nCoV. Symptoms usually include: a cough a high temperature difficulty breathing In most cases, you won’t know whether you have a coronavirus or a different cold-causing virus. But if a coronavirus infection spreads to the lower respiratory tract, it can cause pneumonia, especially in older people, people with heart disease or people with weakened immune systems. It is incredibly contagious and is spread through contact with anything the virus is on as well as infected breath, coughs or sneezes. The best way to prevent catching any form of coronavirus is to practice good hygiene. If you have cold-like symptoms, you can help protect others by staying home when you are sick and avoiding contact with others. You should also cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when you cough and sneeze then throw it away and wash your hands. Cleaning and disinfecting objects and surfaces which you may have touched is als