A man linked to several cases of coronavirus in the UK says he has recovered from the illness.
Steve Walsh, the so-called UK super-spreader of coronavirus, remains in an isolation unit in hospital and says his thoughts are with others who have contracted the virus.
The scout leader and businessman from Hove has been linked to five cases of the virus in the UK and six more outside of the country.
He said his family have been asked to isolate themselves "as a precaution".
Mr Walsh caught caught coronavirus in Singapore and allegedly infected 11 others during a stay at a French ski resort.
The total number of people infected in the UK now sits at eight.
Mr Walsh said in a statement from hospital: "I was advised to attend an isolated room at hospital, despite showing no symptoms, and subsequently self-isolated at home as instructed.
"When the diagnosis was confirmed I was sent to an isolation unit in hospital, where I remain, and, as a precaution, my family was also asked to isolate themselves."
He has thanked the NHS for their care during his time in hospital.