Coronavirus: When others have fled Wuhan, this Singaporean chooses to stay

The day that Wuhan city went into lockdown saw people rushing to supermarkets to stock up on food and necessities. But since then, supermarkets and pharmacies have been well stocked. PHOTOS: MR K. HO
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SINGAPORE - Singaporean K. Ho has made Wuhan his home for the past 10 years and, while aware of the panic surrounding the coronavirus outbreak, is not overly worried about staying on in the city.

He told The Straits Times: "I'm comfortable here. In fact, it's quite cosy to stay home during winter."

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