Thumbs up from health workers in Wuhan, where 11 million people, including 15,000 foreigners, live under lockdown. Photo: Xinhua Thumbs up from health workers in Wuhan, where 11 million people, including 15,000 foreigners, live under lockdown. Photo: Xinhua
Thumbs up from health workers in Wuhan, where 11 million people, including 15,000 foreigners, live under lockdown. Photo: Xinhua

Coronavirus lockdown in Wuhan means foreign residents with no flight out must sit tight

  • Efforts to get overseas citizens out of Hubei epicentre vary – some are airlifted home, but others are left to make most of situation among 11 million Wuhan residents
  • Isolation and frustration are common among foreigners when even mourning the death of loved one becomes impossible

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Thumbs up from health workers in Wuhan, where 11 million people, including 15,000 foreigners, live under lockdown. Photo: Xinhua Thumbs up from health workers in Wuhan, where 11 million people, including 15,000 foreigners, live under lockdown. Photo: Xinhua
Thumbs up from health workers in Wuhan, where 11 million people, including 15,000 foreigners, live under lockdown. Photo: Xinhua
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