Email Exclusive by Bang Xiao Updated February 06, 2020 09:15:07 Photo: Chloe is an Australian citizen, but her parents say authorities are refusing to bring her home. (Supplied) Related Story: Australians are still stuck in Wuhan with another evacuation flight possible Related Story: Fear hangs over Christmas Island as remote outpost earns a new notoriety Related Story: ‘Thousands of times worse than I imagined’: Coronavirus evacuee slams Christmas Island Related Story: Some say a coronavirus pandemic is ‘imminent’ but not everyone agrees Related Story: China has locked down millions of people. Here’s what that means Map: China A Melbourne couple say they hold grave fears for their two-year-old daughter who is stranded in Wuhan with her Chinese grandparents. Key points:Two-year-old Chloe was due to fly home, but got trapped in Wuhan after the lockdownThe grandparents who are looking after her say they are running out of baby formula and other necessitiesDFAT says there are complications when a child is unaccompanied on a journey Chloe Nuoyi Zhao has been in the coronavirus-hit city since January, visiting her paternal grandparents.She was due to return home on January 4, but was unable to accompany her parents to Australia because her passport was with… Read full this story
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