A lecturer from Cardiff is stranded in Wuhan as the Chinese city remains on lock-down to following the breakout of coronavirus.
71-year-old Yvonne Griffiths' flight has been cancelled and cannot leave the city to return to her home in the Thornehill area in Cardiff.
On Tuesday morning, there were 4,500 confirmed cases of coronavirus and the death toll had risen to 106.
Dr Griffiths said that she and her three colleagues are living ''day by day.''
Dr Griffiths, who was due to spend three weeks teaching in Wuhan University, which is twinned with Birmingham City University. But studies in Wuhan.
Although she is mostly staying in her hotel room, she says her anxiety is growing “day by day”.
One of the last people to fly out of Wuhan back to London was Thomas Crosby, a colleague of Dr Griffiths. She last spoke to someone at the FCO on Monday and was told there was no new information about what could happen.
Cardiff North MP Anna McMorrin criticised the Government’s response to the epidemic.
A spokesman for the FCO said it is working on bringing British nationals home and it is their number one priority.