Coronavirus has now spread to every European Union country after Cyprus reported its first case on Monday.
According to the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control, every country in the EU now has cases of coronavirus, reports the CNN.
Cyprus had been the only EU member state without a confirmed coronavirus case but the country reported on Monday afternoon that two people have tested positive.
In another key development, Germany reported its first coronavirus deaths after two people died in the western German city of Essen and virus hot spot Heinsberg, according to reports.
The UK reported its fourth death from the virus as the government said the number of cases had risen to 319, while Sweden announced its first case in which the person has not recently traveled overseas.
On Monday night, Belfast City Council in Northern Ireland voted to cancel the city's St Patrick's Day parade.