Israel has issued a travel warning to China following an outbreak of coronavirus in the country, which has so far claimed the lives of at least 56 people with nearly 2,000 confirmed infections. The health ministry in its advisory called on Israelis to avoid non-essential travel to China; to avoid the Hubei province where the outbreak originated, and to monitor and heed all movement restrictions imposed by the Chinese government in various cities. KAN reporter Naomi Segal spoke about the outbreak with Prof. Hagai Levine, chairman of the Israeli Association of Public Health Physicians of the Israel Medical Association.