Coronavirus: Four more patients given all-clear in Scotland, Holyrood confirms

Four more people in Scotland have been tested for coronavirus, the Scottish Government has confirmed.

None of those tested returned positive results, taking the total of patients given the all-clear to 11.The latest UK Government update states that as of 2pm on Tuesday, no-one in the UK has tested positive for the potentially deadly virus, believed to have originated in Wuhan, China.Almost 100 people in the UK have tested negative for coronavirus, the Department of Health and Social Care has said.​The latest results show that 97 people have been given the all-clear for the virus, although scientists predict it may have entered the country.