Phillip Schofield has raised concerns about coronavirus after returning from a family holiday in France.
The subject of the virus that has now spread across the world was raised on Wednesday's This Morning, when Phillip and co-host Holly Willoughby welcomed virologist Stephen Griffin into the studio to issue Coronavirus advice to people who are booked to go on holiday in the near future.
Stephen said: "If you can get the flu vaccine get it, because then you know you're not going to have flu and you won't confuse those symptoms with Coronavirus.
"We still need to be vigilant about all the other nasties that are spreading through the winter months."
When questioned more by Phillip, Stephen added: "They are entirely different viruses; the vaccines and drugs we use against flu do not work against this coronavirus."
But raising concerns about himself after his recent trip to Paris with his family, Phillip then asked: "Last week I was in Paris, so do I put myself in self isolation? Do we shut down this place?"
The first case of coronavirus in Europe was reported in France last month and the first and only death in the country so far was confirmed on February 15.
Wednesday's This Morning also sparked huge debate over a woman who reclined her seat on a plane and Phillip and Holly were joined in the discussion about coronavirus by Nick Ferrari and Coronation Street actress Nicola Thorp, who admitted the guidelines "don't seem to be particularly clear for everybody".
She said: "It does seem like we're constantly talking about coronavirus without talking about the implications of how it could be spreading."