It comes as hundreds of foreign nationals are evacuated from the city of Wuhan, the centre of the outbreak.
The US secretary of state will meet Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab and PM Boris Johnson for talks.
Thousands of emergency cases each week waiting over an hour for paramedics to arrive, BBC finds.
A "gangland attack" on a 69-year-old woman and tributes to a "TV legend" make Scotland's front pages.
Yvonne Griffiths is one of up to 300 British people are thought to be in the area.
More than half a million of the firm's customers received energy bills that were inaccurate.
The Freight Transport Association says funding for training will be required to develop expertise.
The Commission on Flags, Identity, Culture and Tradition is to meet in early March.
The UK's decision to use Chinese firm Huawei also features heavily among Wednesday's front pages.
Two recycling workers managed to find the pensioner's life savings after they were accidentally thrown out.
The Scottish government is to ask MSPs to support its call for an independence referendum later this year.
A global study warns of rising levels of discontent with democracy, particularly in the UK and US.
The admissions gap between wealthier and poorer students should half in five years, a watchdog says.
Amy spends up to four hours a day seeking a pair of magpies in order to manage her anxiety.
Social media adverts urging women to become surrogate mothers could be allowed under Law Commission plans.
The government says the Fisheries Bill gives the UK power to operate as an independent coastal state.
MEPs are set to back the terms of the UK's departure from the EU in a landmark session in Brussels.
The winners include Mrs Brown's Boys, Jesy Nelson, Sir Michael Palin and of course... Ant and Dec.
Gay men speak about the pressure to have the perfect body - and how far they have gone to get it.
One of the UK's best vocalists prepares her comeback after a period in the pop wilderness.
The remarkable Turner's Oak in Kew Gardens in London not only survived the Great Storm of 1987, but also changed the way that trees are cared for around the world.
England has more than 400 miles of smart motorway but many drivers still have questions about them.
Shannon Clifton wants her father prosecuted for killing their unborn child, which she thinks he buried.
Carpenter Mark Lawrence has lived in France for 27 years but authorities say he does not earn enough.
Some gay men are turning to tummy tucks and steroids to feel accepted in their community.
Some think the Bank's Monetary Policy Committee will seek a cut on Thursday to help lift the economy.
The UK has decided to let Huawei continue to be used in its 5G networks but with restrictions, despite pressure from the US to block the firm.
The biggest names in telly stepped out in force for the 25th NTA's.
That time when contestants on the Just A Minute panel game show had to speak about the host...
Commuters and business owners in one village express their frustration about rail disruption.
The BBC's director general Tony Hall has paid tribute to the broadcaster Nicholas Parsons.
Clive Coleman looks at whether the Duke of York can be forced to co-operate with a US investigation.
Beer boss Sarah John wants to know what's happening with Brexit, and for things to be "finalised".
The NFL opened a new academy in north London in September. Its 90 students are the first to step out on a new path towards the USA.