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‘There’s no hope to get out’: B.C. woman’s daughter trapped in Wuhan due to coronavirus

'Every day there's more death toll. I just feel my daughter is in a very dangerous situation and we are helpless.'

26.1.2020

'Every day there's more death toll. I just feel my daughter is in a very dangerous situation and we are helpless.'

While her daughter is healthy so far, Lily Liu is growing increasingly anxious as she watches the virus spread and claim more people.

Copy link A Port Coquitlam, B.C., woman whose daughter is trapped in Wuhan due to a deadly coronavirus is calling on the Canadian government to evacuate its citizens from China. Lily Liu says her 33-year-old daughter travelled to the city on Jan. 10 to visit family, including Liu’s parents and ex-husband, which she has done before. But Liu started to get concerned after the Chinese government started cancelling some transportation on Monday, when the effects of the coronavirus began to spread through the city and the surrounding province. 3:03 Coronavirus outbreak: What we know so far Coronavirus outbreak: What we know so far “I was worried if the travel is cancelled, there will be more transportation cancelled,” she said Saturday. On Thursday — four days before Liu’s daughter was set to leave Wuhan after changing her flight — those fears were founded when Beijing announced all transportation was closed in and out of Wuhan, effectively placing the city on lockdown. Story continues below advertisement Health officials announce ‘presumptive’ case of coronavirus in Toronto While her daughter is healthy so far, Liu is growing increasingly anxious as she watches the virus spread and claim more people. “Every day there’s more death toll,” she said. “I just feel my daughter is in a very dangerous situation and we are helpless. If Canadian government can do anything, I don’t know. She’s my only daughter. “I just don’t know what to do.” 1:32 Dozens killed, 1,300 infected as China tries to prevent pandemic Dozens killed, 1,300 infected as China tries to prevent pandemic At least 41 people have died since the start of the outbreak, which has made over 1,300 people sick in China alone. The vast majority of the cases and deaths have been in the Hubei province, where Wuhan is the capital. Trending Stories Read more: Globalnews.ca

Oh no....Justin Sorry but she need to stay there. Bringing her home could bring the bug as well. Common sense I have no desire to travel anywhere in Asia, this is why. Dirty Dirty Dirty. Good, I don't want to see the virus spread exponentially. That's why there is a lockdown. Ya so let’s jeopardize our country

CanadianPM What are the government’s contengency plans to stop the spread of the coronavirus to Canada? Are quarantine facilities set up in BC’s Vancouver Airport? What about Toronto’s YYZ and Montreal’s YUL airports? One case reported in Toronto. good, she can stay there. maybe she can ask JustinTrudeau to pick them up in his private jet, on his way home from vacation.

Well that’s how a quarantine works. Everybody just stay put. So put us all at risk. Go back to China This is the intent of a quarantine.. Oh I'm sure our government will fold and wisk her home ASAP ..... especially since its making headlines. cafreeland will be there for a photo.

Amid coronavirus outbreak, Wuhan-born woman raising funds to send medical supplies homeA Prince George, B.C., woman born in Wuhan is raising money to send medical supplies back home, where a fast-spreading coronavirus has killed dozens and infected over 1,000 people.

Too bad Yeah, keeping her there is kind of the whole point of this quarantine thing 🤦‍♂️ let the governments protect the public. quarantines are important. Sorry lady but you and she are SOL. It’s sad to lose a family member but she’s delusional if she thinks the government is going to risk other lives to rescue her. Take comfort knowing she’s not alone & is with family but she’s not coming back.

Eating bat soup not the best thing to do You are going to remain helpless. Don’t bring her back here until they eliminate the virus. Sorry, madam. Do you want to put thousands of Canadians at risk? Sad but she will have to stay there until there is no longer a threat.

Weeks before lockdown, Wuhan authorities used 'refrigerating strategy’ to downplay coronavirusNew evidence is emerging that officials in Wuhan deliberately downplayed the virus, even after notifying the WHO in late December about ‘a cluster of cases of pneumonia of unknown cause.’ The ills of the world seem to be originating from China...SARS, MERS, CORONAVIRUS, etc. Anyone see that movie with Matt Damon? nvanderklippe If you insist on eating everything that moves, expect to catch what they carry.

U.S. to evacuate its citizens from Wuhan, China amid coronavirus outbreak: reportA plane will carry around 230 people -- including diplomats from the U.S. consulate, American citizens and their families -- from the epicentre of the outbreak emilyjodell Or How to Spread a Virus More Efficiently.

People could be infected with Wuhan coronavirus and not know, initial study findsThe study suggests person-to-person transmission is becoming more common and that symptoms may not always show up ChildrenON LegalAidAlberta you want to make sure you keep healthy so you are fit to stand trial. CPA_APC SCC_eng GovCanHealth IntlCrimCourt HarvardHealth CWLC_LBEC childrenrights PTPresearch Am I the only one who sees Wuhan Acute Respiratory Syndrome quite literally spells WARS? Coincidence?

Video appears to show bodies covered by sheets in crowded Wuhan hospital hallwayStartling footage has emerged from a hospital at the epicentre of the new coronavirus outbreak in central China , apparently showing bodies covered by sheets. If this is the case, then it suggests that this coronavirus, unlike the SARS coronavirus, is much more lethal and quick acting. Team Stupid in Ottawa needs to wake up! Let them keep it over there and close the gates into Canada. Can we really trust China to tell us what’s really going on?

Here’s what Wuhan, China looks like under quarantine for coronavirus Wuhan and a number of surrounding municipalities are under lockdown, with travel networks and services shut down or restricted.



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