A woman from Bracknell who spent two weeks in quarantine after returning from the Chinese city at the centre of the Coronavirus outbreak has been reunited with her mother.
Vicky Sullivan works for the technology firm P2i based in Didcot. She was on a working trip with colleagues in Wuhan when the virus struck, but after spending 14 days in a specialist unit in The Wirral, Vicky has now been released and welcomed home.
- Watch Jane Hesketh's report below:
Back home...to mum.
Vicky works at her company's laboratory in Wuhan in China. When news of the coronavirus broke, she, like many others, was desperate to get out.
- Vicky Sullivan
Thousands of people in Hubei Province have been diagnosed with the coronavirus, and hundreds are dying every day.
When Tina finally got the call from Vicky to say she had two hours to get to the military road block and the airport, she went into full-on 'mum mode.'
- Tina Walford
Once they landed back in the UK, the ordeal wasn't over for Vicky and fellow passengers. They'd left most of their belongings and faced two weeks of quarantine in a special base on the Wirral.
As a scientist, Vicky took the whole Wuhan experience in her stride, but nevertheless, she is glad to be home.
She's staying long enough though to enjoy a few cups of tea with her Mum...china tea, of course.