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The 28-year-old Hong Kong model chooses to stay in Wuhan for her boyfriend during the corona virus outbreak

A model who remained in front of her boyfriend during the coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan has claimed that the local population was confronted with a food shortage, especially meat.

Residents of a village on the outskirts of Wuhan could only buy basic vegetables and “some families didn’t even have meat to eat,” said Annabella Woo from Hong Kong.

Reportedly, a villager was detained for 14 days after she left the community to buy groceries, she wrote on social media.

The Annabella Woo model from Hong Kong is stranded in a village an hour's drive from downtown Wuhan after the city was shut down last month to prevent the spread of the corona virus

Mrs. Woo, 28, is also an anchor and she chose to stay in Wuhan for her boyfriend

Mrs. Woo, 28, is also an anchor and she chose to stay in Wuhan for her boyfriend

The Annabella Woo model from Hong Kong is stranded in a village an hour’s drive from downtown Wuhan after the city was shut down last month to prevent the spread of the corona virus

The 28-year-old documents her life in the small community

The 28-year-old documents her life in the small community

Residents of a village on the outskirts of Wuhan could only buy basic vegetables and “some families didn’t even have meat to eat,” Mrs. Woo wrote in a message on Instagram yesterday

The 28-year-old documents her life in a small community about an hour’s drive from the center since the city was closed last month to prevent the spread of the deadly disease.

In her last message Instagram, Mrs. Woo described her situation in isolation for 33 days.

She said all the families in the village should get their daily supplies through local officers who would ask the residents what they needed and buy the goods for them. She called these people “surrogate customers.”

‘The surrogate customers in our village can only buy simple vegetables, such as potatoes, turnips and cabbage. [It’s] hard to get meat … “she wrote yesterday.

The locals were so desperate for meat that they started catching fish in rivers, the entertainer said.

The officers asked the residents what they needed and bought the goods for them

The officers asked the residents what they needed and bought the goods for them

She said all the families in the village should get their daily supplies through local officers or “surrogate mothers,” who would ask residents what they needed and buy the goods for them

The locals were so desperate for meat that they started catching fish in rivers, the entertainer said

The locals were so desperate for meat that they started catching fish in rivers, the entertainer said

‘The surrogate customers in our village can only buy simple vegetables, such as potatoes, turnips and cabbage. [It’s] hard to get meat … “she wrote yesterday. The locals were so desperate for meat that they started catching fish in rivers, the entertainer said

Mrs. Woo was lucky because she said she had received 10 chickens and a box of eggs from neighbors who are poultry farmers.

“At least I have meat for every meal. Four dishes and a soup, this is already very good. Some families didn’t even have meat to eat, “the entertainer added, who is also an anchor.

Mrs. Woo said she was lucky to have good friends and neighbors.

She said she was able to harvest vegetables from the fields of other families if she needed them; and a Japanese friend of hers had also posted facial masks and herbal cough medicines.

She encouraged people to stay calm and beat the virus.

“The epidemic is like an exam. I hope that with this exam we can improve the immunity of our emotions. “Only those who can manage their emotions well can control their lives,” she said.

The coronavirus epidemic has killed at least 2,771 people and infected more than 81,400 worldwide

The coronavirus epidemic has killed at least 2,771 people and infected more than 81,400 worldwide

The coronavirus epidemic has killed at least 2,771 people and infected more than 81,400 worldwide

Wuhan, the provincial capital of Hubei in central China, was closed off with 23 million residents on January 23 after the outbreak. The photo shows a Chinese security guard wearing a protective mask while checking the temperature of people in Beijing on 26 February

Wuhan, the provincial capital of Hubei in central China, was closed off with 23 million residents on January 23 after the outbreak. The photo shows a Chinese security guard wearing a protective mask while checking the temperature of people in Beijing on 26 February

Wuhan, the provincial capital of Hubei with 11 million inhabitants, was closed on January 23 after the corona virus outbreak. The photo shows a Chinese security guard wearing a protective mask while checking the temperature of people in Beijing on 26 February

Hubei, located in central China, accounts for more than 80 percent of confirmed cases and 95 percent of deaths worldwide. Outbreaks outside of China have escalated. The photo shows a woman in Beijing wearing a protective mask while walking down the street on February 26

Hubei, located in central China, accounts for more than 80 percent of confirmed cases and 95 percent of deaths worldwide. Outbreaks outside of China have escalated. The photo shows a woman in Beijing wearing a protective mask while walking down the street on February 26

Hubei, located in central China, accounts for more than 80 percent of confirmed cases and 95 percent of deaths worldwide. Outbreaks outside of China have escalated. The photo shows a woman in Beijing wearing a protective mask while walking down the street on February 26

At night, Hubei health officials reported 401 new cases out of a national total of 406 and all 52 new deaths from the country. The photo shows a Chinese man wearing a protective mask while waiting for an almost empty crossing on February 26 in Beijing

At night, Hubei health officials reported 401 new cases out of a national total of 406 and all 52 new deaths from the country. The photo shows a Chinese man wearing a protective mask while waiting for an almost empty crossing on February 26 in Beijing

At night, Hubei health officials reported 401 new cases out of a national total of 406 and all 52 new deaths from the country. The photo shows a Chinese man wearing a protective mask while waiting for an almost empty crossing on February 26 in Beijing

Coming from Wuhan, the new corona virus – known as COVID-19 – has infected more than 78,000 people in China.

Hubei, located in central China, accounts for more than 80 percent of confirmed cases and 95 percent of deaths worldwide.

Wuhan, the provincial capital with 11 million inhabitants, perished on January 23 at the outbreak. The majority of Hubei followed after that.

A nurse wearing a hazmat suit looks out from her misty glasses while working in a hospital designated for COVID-19 patients in Wuhan on February 23 in the Chinese province of Hubei.

A nurse wearing a hazmat suit looks out from her misty glasses while working in a hospital designated for COVID-19 patients in Wuhan on February 23 in the Chinese province of Hubei.

A nurse wearing a hazmat suit looks out from her misty glasses while working in a hospital designated for COVID-19 patients in Wuhan on February 23 in the Chinese province of Hubei.

Male nurse Liu Hengming adjusts his glasses while working in the intensive care unit (ICU) of a hospital designated for COVID-19 patients in Wuhan on February 22 in central China

Male nurse Liu Hengming adjusts his glasses while working in the intensive care unit (ICU) of a hospital designated for COVID-19 patients in Wuhan on February 22 in central China

Male nurse Liu Hengming adjusts his glasses while working in the intensive care unit (ICU) of a hospital designated for COVID-19 patients in Wuhan on February 22 in central China

Dozens of countries are now fighting the contamination, with South Korea, Italy, Japan and Iran being the most affected. The photo shows medical staff working in intensive care at a hospital designated for COVID-19 patients in Wuhan in Hubei province on February 24

Dozens of countries are now fighting the infection, with South Korea, Italy, Japan and Iran being the most affected. The photo shows medical staff working in intensive care at a hospital designated for COVID-19 patients in Wuhan in Hubei province on February 24

Dozens of countries are now fighting the infection, with South Korea, Italy, Japan and Iran being the most affected. The photo shows medical staff working in intensive care at a hospital designated for COVID-19 patients in Wuhan in Hubei province on February 24

At night, Hubei health officials reported 401 new cases out of a national total of 406 and all 52 new deaths from the country.

However, outbreaks outside of China have escalated in recent days. Dozens of countries are now fighting the contamination, with South Korea, Italy, Japan and Iran being the most affected.

The coronavirus epidemic has killed at least 2,771 people worldwide, infected and spread more than 81,400 to at least two dozen countries.

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