Coronavirus outbreak: Woman can't fly to Wuhan after dog destroys her passport

Coronavirus outbreak: Woman can't fly to Wuhan after dog destroys her passport
Coronavirus outbreak: Woman can't fly to Wuhan after dog destroys her passport

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Aden - Yasmine El Tohamy - The woman posted photos of her tattered passport on .

A woman from Taiwan, shudders at the thought of being stuck in coronavirus-hit Wuhan, China, had her dog not chewed up her passport. The woman shared on Facebook her unbelievable story that reminded her "somethings happen for good" and posted photos of her tattered passport.

The woman, who planned to visit Wuhan earlier this month, posted photos of her dog, Kimi, guiltily laying beside the destroyed passport. The woman shared her first post on January 13, days before the Chinese government implemented a complete lockdown in Wuhan. She captioned the photo of her tattered passport: 'I got back to the room and found this scene!'

Shortly after, the woman shared another post realising how her dog stopped her from travelling to coronavirus-hit Wuhan. She wrote in her second post: 'Do you guys remember the passport? Throwback: this kid is really protecting me. After my passport was torn apart, the virus began to go where I originally planned to go.'

The woman added: I think about it now, and it's very touching. Fortunately, you blocked our trip. Thanks for you protect me again. I'm so lucky to meet you in my life. Love you more my baby girl.' The woman revealed that was initially annoyed when her dog destroyed her passport but later praised her pet for saving her.

Chinese president, Xi Jingping, issued an unprecedented warning of a 'grave situation' after over 2,000 people were left infected worldwide and 56 already killed in China due to coronavirus, reported Daily Mail.

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