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A Thai student trapped in China during the coronavirus outbreak has spoken about her fears of dying of starvation as the city is locked down.


Pasnicha Krutdamrongchai, a student at Wuhan University, begged the Thai government to evacuate its citizens from the city.


'Right now most students over here don't have enough food because we didn't stockpile food in advance due to the sudden shutdown,' she posted to social media.


'We can't go outside to buy food anywhere and supermarkets nearby run out of food.' 



Ms Krutdamrongchai said she didn't know if she would die first from the virus or from starvation.


Wuhan is now in lockdown with travel both in and out of the city and surrounding areas cancelled.


Ms Krutdamrongchai said she is stressed the Thai government is not doing enough to get its citizens out of China.


Her friends and classmates from the United States, Japan and Indonesia have all been contacted by their country's embassies. 



Japan rescued its citizens on Tuesday, while South Korea will charter a plane into Wuhan on Thursday.


'I'm still waiting for help from Thai government. If I continue living here, I don't know if I'll starve to death or die of the virus first. I really want to go. I'm waiting with hope,' she said. 


China has confirmed there are now more than 6,000 confirmed cases of coronavirus and 132 deaths. 



Source: https://www.dailymail.co.uk


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Thai Student Trapped in Wuhan is Fearful of Starving to Death

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A Thai student trapped in China during the coronavirus outbreak has spoken about her fears of dying of starvation as the city is locked down.


Pasnicha Krutdamrongchai, a student at Wuhan University, begged the Thai government to evacuate its citizens from the city.


'Right now most students over here don't have enough food because we didn't stockpile food in advance due to the sudden shutdown,' she posted to social media.


'We can't go outside to buy food anywhere and supermarkets nearby run out of food.' 



Ms Krutdamrongchai said she didn't know if she would die first from the virus or from starvation.


Wuhan is now in lockdown with travel both in and out of the city and surrounding areas cancelled.


Ms Krutdamrongchai said she is stressed the Thai government is not doing enough to get its citizens out of China.


Her friends and classmates from the United States, Japan and Indonesia have all been contacted by their country's embassies. 



Japan rescued its citizens on Tuesday, while South Korea will charter a plane into Wuhan on Thursday.


'I'm still waiting for help from Thai government. If I continue living here, I don't know if I'll starve to death or die of the virus first. I really want to go. I'm waiting with hope,' she said. 


China has confirmed there are now more than 6,000 confirmed cases of coronavirus and 132 deaths. 



Source: https://www.dailymail.co.uk


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