Australia is considering how to repatriate its citizens in China as the coronavirus death toll rises. Government officials are working on an evacuation plan for Australian citizens, including 100 young people, trapped in the Chinese city of Wuhan which has been locked-down in a bid to contain the deadly coronavirus outbreak. The government is trying to determine exactly how many people are stranded in Hubei province after Chinese authorities barred travel to and from the epicentre of the deadly virus outbreak. On Sunday, Foreign Minister Marise Payne said the government would look to assist Australians with travel out of China, with several cities in lockdown as authorities try to contain the virus. Passengers’ body temperatures are checked at a subway station in Beijing on Sunday. "We are seeking advice from the Chinese authorities on these restrictions and whether any options are available to international travellers," Senator Payne said. "Our […]