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Selfie-loving celebs pose with Coronavirus masks – but can you guess who’s who?

CELEBRITIES have joined governments and agencies in sharing Coronavirus advice, with many taking to wearing face masks as they travel around the world.

Gwyneth Paltrow and Kate Hudson are among those who have shared tips for travelling during the pandemic, while the likes of Bella Hadid, Kendall Jenner and Zoey Deutch have all been pictured wearing masks.

Oscar winner Paltrow joked about her past movie roles as she told fans: "I’ve already been in this movie. Stay safe. Don’t shake hands. Wash hands frequently."

She appeared in 2011 film Contagion, which is about a mystery virus that spreads across the world killing tens of millions of people.

Kim Kardashian was one of the first to be pictured wearing a travel mask amid the ongoing coronavirus outbreak around the world.

The mother-of-four revealed she was travelling with an emergency kit that included the face mask, as well as vitamin C tablets and hygiene gloves.

The kit was provided by emergency-preparedness company, Judy, which was recently set up by Simon Huck, one of Kim and Jonathan Cheban's good pals.

The company alleged that they had "been unable to keep up with the demand" as the virus, which started in the Chinese city of Wuhan, continues to break out intentionally, and that "all its air masks and one of its emergency kits sold out in less than 10 hours".

There are currently over 80,000 cases of coronavirus globally and so far over 2,700 people have died from the illness.

China has had 77,660 confirmed cases with 2,563 deaths while South Korea confirmed 977 cases with ten deaths.

Which celebrity is behind the mask?

1. Gwnyeth Paltrow

2. Naomi Campbell

3. Selena Gomez

4. Kim Kardashian

5. Kate Hudson

6. Bella Hadid

7. Kendall Jenner

8. Adriana Lima

9. Zoey Deutch

10. Angela Simmons

11. Demi Rose

12. Nelly

13. Sinitta

Italy has had 270 cases with seven deaths, the highest in any European country.

The UK is currently on coronavirus alert - after four Brits rescued from a plague cruise ship off Japan tested positive for the deadly bug.

A total of 32 evacuees were flown home to a quarantine block at Arrowe Park Hospital after being plucked from the Diamond Princess cruise liner in Japan.

The latest diagnoses bring the total number of confirmed cases in the UK to 13.

Experts have warned the "tipping point" for the coronavirus outbreak is getting closer; the global infection toll now stands at 79,441, with 2,620 having died from the killer virus as cases spiked in recent days.

Austria is currently considering border controls, after stopping trains travelling into Italy as the country struggles to contain COVID-19.

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