Hong Kong has announced plans to slash cross-border travel between the city and mainland China as the new coronavirus continues to spread.
More than 100 people have now died in China, with confirmed infections surging to more than 4,500.
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam announced high-speed trains and ferries that cross the border will be suspended from Thursday.
The virus has spread across China and to at least 16 countries globally.
On Monday, Germany and Japan confirmed that they had cases involving people who had not travelled to China but caught the virus from someone who had.