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Evacuees from Wuhan brace for uncertain future

  • Kusumari Ayuningtyas

    The Jakarta Post

Klaten   /   Wed, February 19 2020   /  01:10 am

Hilyatu Millati “Mila” Rusdiyah could finally breathe a sigh of relief when she was reunited with her family two weeks after her repatriation from Wuhan, the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak in Hubei province, China.Her family, she said, was what she had missed the most during the isolation period.The 33-year-old student had returned from a special quarantine complex in Natuna regency, Riau Islands, where she was observed for symptoms of COVID-19, the illness resulting from the novel coronavirus, and isolated from contact with the outside world for 14 days in accordance with established procedure.Mila was one of the Indonesian students evacuated by the government from Wuhan and the surrounding areas. She had lived there with her husband, fellow student Ahmad Syafuddin Zuhri. The mother of one had been pursuing a doctorate at Chongqing University in Chongqing, Sichuan province ...