Justin Trudeau Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has announced he will self-isolate after his wife begins to display coronavirus symptoms. The decision was made after Trudeau and his wife, Sophie Grégoire Trudeau, returned from a trip to London, according to a statement. Mrs Trudeau had exhibited some “mild flu-like symptoms, including a fever last night,” Thursday’s statement said. While her symptoms have calmed down, Prime Minister Trudeau has gone into solitary confinement and will only talk by phone. “The prime minister will spend the day in solitary confinement and will only talk by phone, including talks with other world leaders, and join the discussion of the COVID-19 cabinet committee,” the statement said. China has had 15 new confirmed cases of coronavirus disease on Wednesday, the country’s National Health Commission said. This is a decrease in the number of patients compared to Tuesday when 24 people were infected with coronavirus. Currently, there are a total of 80,793 confirmed cases of the disease in China. The death toll on Wednesday increased by 11, with 3,169 dead so far. In the central province of Wuhan, the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak, ten new deaths have been reported.