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  • Look, It's the mother.

  • There she is now.

  • Hello, Mother.

  • All right.

  • I might be infected right now.

  • I have no idea.

  • Another beautiful day in quarantine, Rouhani.

  • Well, earlier, I spoke to Ben Cavanaugh, who is from Ireland and working as a teacher in Wuhan.

  • Well, where I am is usually quite a busy street.

  • Number one trending on YouTube in the world is my fat face.

  • Oh, my God.

  • Hi.

  • My name's Ben Kavita.

  • I live in Wuhan on Dhe today.

  • I'm going to go to the shop.

  • One mask, another mask.

  • Apparently this mask actually doesn't do much.

  • But two masks is always better than one.

  • Hopefully, nothing is getting in through my mouth.

  • Can't forget the most important thing and the silliest thing.

  • All right.

  • Oh, my God.

  • You got a big backpack?

  • I got a big suitcase.

  • Okay, let's go to the chef.

  • Don't expect to run into anyone today.

  • I'm not gonna touch them with my hand.

  • I need it.

  • No, no, I love it.

  • No one around.

  • Another beautiful day in quarantine.

  • Ruan.

  • It's so quiet.

  • Fruit still over.

  • That's a good sign.

  • There is my friend.

  • We're going to the shop.

  • I don't need to look left and right.

  • There's no cars.

  • Hello.

  • I'm well are you?

  • Well?

  • Your suitcase, please.

  • It's very large.

  • Let's go.

  • So this is Hong Kong road, usually a very, very busy road.

  • But obviously not today.

  • Not for the foreseeable future.

  • Great to bike, though one of the 6000 taxis deployed would rather not get into a booth, maybe prescriptions.

  • This is a city with a population bigger in London and it is empty.

  • I moved to China almost two years ago.

  • I finished university and I was looking for work.

  • I got an email saying you wanted to teach in China and is like All right, I'll go teaching Jonah.

  • I teach English and psychology.

  • The Christmas just gone was my second Christmas.

  • Not at home in our new Year was probably more fun.

  • It was just me and two other close friends.

  • It was just such a fun night.

  • We drank, we played games.

  • It was just a really nice way to bring in the new year.

  • I remember virus rumors.

  • I think itwas the 31st off December it was a fish market.

  • People who worked at the fish market, they were all taken to hospital.

  • Put My dad messaged me about it because he was reading the newspaper.

  • He sent me a picture on it, said SARS.

  • I break something in China, but I think I've heard of that.

  • No need to worry.

  • And then my mother message me seeing because she's hearing about it now in the news and I'm like, Don't worry, don't worry.

  • No need to worry.

  • It's nothing.

  • Just a little thing in a fish market on Look how wrong I waas.

  • Just like a horror zombie movie.

  • There's no one on the streets.

  • It's so strange, so surreal.

  • But that is something I never expected to see.

  • The punishment for driving is a fine on potentially losing your license, so these people must have good reason to be driving radio.

  • Little Puppy.

  • He's so cute, but we're not going to risk going near him.

  • Well, that was cute.

  • Under this eight lanes, 10 lanes, 10 lane road.

  • We were worried, but it is open.

  • We have arrived kind of all empty shopping center.

  • The supermarkets are full of stuff.

  • Fruit and veg of fresh stuff.

  • Oh, well stocked.

  • You love to see it?

  • I don't even know what that is?

  • Some sort of maybe a sting ray ever and survive and meet produce.

  • You gotta miss through.

  • Ah, loves ripped.

  • Whatever.

  • Yeah, yeah, We both got the same idea.

  • Bye bye.

  • Eggs.

  • Check everything else.

  • Check, Check, check.

  • Let's go check out.

  • Only way.

  • Okay.

  • We have finished in the shop.

  • Heavy chest.

  • Back out to a deserted city.

  • First, we have a spread of the deadly Corona virus.

  • There are now calls for the federal government to take drastic measures.

  • 56 people have died so far on the front line of a new viral epidemic.

  • Wuhan is a city now and lock down, cut off from the rest of the world.

  • I'm just making dinner.

  • Been passed up, the corn coming a lot dogs.

  • Probably some fruit as well.

  • And some peanuts just for a bit approaching.

  • Like I said, you're very basic.

  • This isn't Gordon around it.

  • Kitchen nightmares.

  • This is all stuff I bought the other day.

  • A car for Yeah, but I passed out a couple hot dogs thrown in as well.

  • Lovely job.

  • I want to put on a hood because it's a bit chilly down.

  • That did not go up bit about her.

  • Carrie goes.

  • Actually, I don't know if I'm gonna say that.

  • And I remind Kevin goes just standard Chinese butter.

  • They're the job that Yeah.

  • So this is where I have been quarantined.

  • Lovely apartment.

  • There's a puzzle of totoro, my friend from the shopping video.

  • She did that on Christmas Day.

  • Ah, the bedroom on my balcony.

  • I would usually hang of washing and lily.

  • Lovely view of Hu Han.

  • Listen to the silence of a city of 10 million.

  • Hundreds of foreigners in Wuhan are returning home.

  • France and Australia have ordered evacuations 100 or so Americans from arriving in a military air force base.

  • The first deputy's evacuees arrived in Tokyo on Wednesday morning.

  • Quite a lot of developments today, uh, there's many, many talks about evacuations.

  • I'm not going to leave if the risk to others is great.

  • I don't make the decision to make the evacuation, but if it is an option, I think it makes sense to take it because we don't know how this situation will develop.

  • You're constantly getting updates.

  • That was, uh, that that's not my screen saver, by the way.

  • That's just what happens.

  • Just random stuff I know that looked weird.

  • Like I don't know, I might be infected right now.

  • I have no idea.

  • Because of the long incubation time.

  • I don't think I am.

  • I think I'm okay.

  • But we can't take that risk.

  • Also, it's my birthday.

  • Watch a fun birthday in quarantine, Wuhan, it's ah times at nine o'clock in the P.

  • M.

  • So I think after almost a week of quarantine deserve a birthday beer.

  • I thought Corona maybe not given the situation.

  • So I went with a different pair of Corona.

  • You go to good health.

  • Good evening.

  • The death toll increases.

  • The virus may be spreading even faster than previously thought.

  • Corona virus has gone global.

  • There is no cure or no vaccine Confirmed cases.

  • And now just under 6000.

  • The death toll has now jumped over 100.

  • I'm not scared.

  • No, no.

  • Yeah, I'm not scared.

  • And when I go to bed, your mind starts to wander away.

  • Oh, you know, when you're going to bed and you can't sleep, you start to think crazy things.

  • But try not to think about it.

  • It's not time to worry yet.

  • Not for me.

  • I'm not infected As far as I know, I just try not to worry about anything.

  • If I worry about it now and then it happens then I've suffered twice.

  • I've suffered when I worried and I suffer when it happened.

  • So no point worrying.

  • Good evening.

  • The World Health Organization has declared the Corona virus outbreak in China a global health emergency.

  • United Kingdom government has unveiled plans to bring back Britain stranded in China.

  • There is a seat for me on the British evacuation flights.

  • It's going to fly into an hour F base and then after that will be quarantined for two weeks.