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CBC News 30 Jan 2020

Canadian woman says she's stranded in coronavirus-affected area of China


A Canadian woman in Wuhan says she has been left out of plans to bring citizens home during the coronavirus outbreak. Min Irwin describes what the situation on the ground in Wuhan is like.


A B.C. mother wants permission to travel to Wuhan on a government-chartered plane to retrieve her two-year-old daughter, who is stuck in quarantine in the coronavirus-affected area of China.
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Canadians airlifted from the coronavirus-affected area of China have landed at CFB Trenton in Ontario where they will stay in quarantine for 14 days.

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