Liam Gallagher shares his fears he caught coronavirus after recent European tour

Liam Gallagher feared he caught the Coronavirus on his recent tour in Europe.

The rock star, 47, confided in his fans he has been "scared" by the outbreak which has been spreading across Europe.

Multiple cases of the life-threatening virus have been confirmed in the UK, Germany and France.

Italy has seen a shocking surge in new Coronavirus cases over recent days.

The singer took to the stage in Paris where the first French person carrying the new coronavirus died on Tuesday.

In recent weeks, Liam has performed in Italy and Germany where the killer virus has struck.

The former Oasis frontman shared on Twitter he thought he had caught the virus after his performances in European countries including France and Germany.

It emerged after a fan probed the songwriter for his thoughts on the disease following Liam's tweet about snow predictions.

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Liam shared his thoughts he had caught the virus and his relief when he realised the house was just too hot.

The singer replied: "It’s very confusing and scary though. I feel like I’ve had it 7 times the last few days then realised the house is just hot."

He had been asked: "Liam what's ur thoughts on coronavirus? The situation is getting more and more complicated." (sic)

Later Liam tweeted "achoo" to his 3.1million followers in jest following the dialogue.

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His tweet comes two hours after two patients in the UK were confirmed as having the coronavirus.

This has brought the total number of cases in the country to 15.

According to England's chief medical officer Prof Chris Whitty, the virus was contracted while they were holidaying in Italy and Tenerife.

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According to the World Health Organisation people of all ages can be infected by the new coronavirus.

Older people, and people with pre-existing medical conditions (such as asthma, diabetes, heart disease) appeared to be more vulnerable to becoming severely ill with the virus.

A spa town in Derbyshire has become the latest coronavirus ground zero after a parent was diagnosed following a trip abroad.

It is believed the parent, from Buxton, Derbyshire, caught the bug while staying at a Tenerife hotel that has since been quarantined with about 168 Britons trapped inside.

Their child's primary school and a medical practice visited by the patient have both closed for deep cleans amid fears that others in Buxton could have been infected.

Burbage Primary School alerted parents and carers in a text message, saying a parent had been diagnosed with the flu-like virus.

Public Health England (PHE) East Midlands said bosses at the school took the decision to close, despite PHE assessing the risk and confirming there was no reason to.

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