Efforts are also underway to track down people who shared the man's Tiger Airlines flight from Melbourne to the Gold Coast on January 27, flight number TT566.
"The Department of Health is working closely with them and with the management of the hotel where they are staying to ensure that they are appropriately isolated from other guests as well as staff and to ensure that protocols are put in place to check their health and to keep them well,"Miles said, news.com.au reported".
Mayor Tate is not ruling out organising another celebration later in the year and is urging people to attend other events across the Gold Coast.
The latest case is a 42-year-old Chinese woman who travelled from Wuhan to the Gold Coast via Melbourne.
Tiger Airways says it's in the process of contacting affected passengers and crew members, and would direct them to see their doctors.
"Students, teachers and anyone who attends child care, school or TAFE should also isolate themselves if they've visited China, including Hong Kong, or if they've had contact with any confirmed novel coronavirus case".
"This is a precautionary measure following new advice around the time frame that people may be contagious before showing symptoms", Dr Young said.
There have so far been no confirmed cases in Australia of human-to-human transmission.
Mr Hunt said they are being treated and are not seeking consular assistance at this stage.
There are now seven confirmed cases of coronavirus in Australia with four in NSW, two in Victoria and one in Queensland.
The team was recently in Wuhan, the capital of Hubei province. The remaining four are well but being kept in quarantine as "a precaution".
The move has thrown Olympic qualifying matches involving Aussie team The Matildas into turmoil.
The Chinese team is being kept in a Brisbane hotel after arriving in Australia reportedly via Wuhan, the epicentre of the outbreak and where an Olympic qualifying tournament was originally due to be held.
Australia plans to quarantine its evacuees from the province on a remote island off northwestern Australia for up to two weeks for medical checks.
A worker in protective suit disinfects the Dongxinzhuang village, as the country is hit by the new coronavirus, in Qingdao, Shandong province, China January 29, 2020.
Amid growing concern at the spread of a new virus outbreak in China, global sports have been postponed and Olympic qualifying tournaments are being taken elsewhere.