Coronavirus 'superspreader' named

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Coronavirus 'superspreader' named

Coronavirus 'superspreader' named

The British man who is believed to be a “superspreader” of coronavirus has been identified as businessman Steve Walsh.

The 53-year-old was diagnosed on 6 February with coronavirus, having caught it in Singapore while at a business conference before going to the French Alps for a ski holiday, then returning to the UK.

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