Inside Edition

Inside Edition 29 Jan 2020

What It's Like in China Amid Coronavirus Lockdown


More than 1,000 Americans were in Wuhan during the Coronavirus outbreak, and many scrambled to get out of the city that has become the epicenter of the outbreak. More than 6,000 cases have been confirmed in mainland China and at least 132 people have died. Doug Perez, from San Francisco, has a Chinese girlfriend and feels trapped. "We can't leave our loved ones simply because they're not American citizens," he said.

It's Super Tuesday, the day when residents in 14 states and one territory cast their primary ballots, and newsrooms across the country are kicking into high gear. While Joe Biden looks to push past past gaffs and build on his South Carolina win, Bernie Sanders aims to maintain his front-runner status. One-third of all Democratic delegates are up for grabs. Inside Edition went behind the scenes at Fox News with anchor Dana Perino to discuss how they prep for the "Super Bowl" of news days.
CGTN visits New York city's first drive-through coronavirus testing facility to show you what it's like to get tested.
Trudy Clement shows what it's like to be among 251 Canadians quarantined on a cruise ship off Japan.

A drone hovering above highways in Italy's Lombardy region captures the eerie emptiness amid the country's coronavirus lockdown.

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