Four chartered flights are evacuating US citizens from Wuhan this week. An official says they are likely the last

An aircraft, chartered by the State Department to evacuate Americans from the novel coronavirus outbreak in the Chinese city of Wuhan, arrives at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar in San Diego.

(CNN)The chartered flights carrying US citizens from Wuhan, China, this week are likely to be the last.

Two flights out of Wuhan, the epicenter of the novel coronavirus outbreak, landed Wednesday morning in California, bringing the number of such flights arriving in the US since January 29 to three.
Another two flights from Wuhan are scheduled to come later this week -- one headed to Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas; the other going to Eppley Airfield in Omaha, Nebraska, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said.
Canada's Foreign Affairs Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne said Washington has offered a few dozen of its seats on an evacuation flight to Canadians.
    The US State Department does not anticipate chartering any flights after this week, a State Department official said Tuesday.
    There are now 12 confirmed cases of coronavirus in the United States.
    One of the charter flights taxis at Travis Air Force Base after landing on Wednesday morning.

    Two flights landed Wednesday: 'We are very grateful for the ride home'

    Two flights -- carrying a total of about 350 passengers, according to the US Defense Department -- landed Wednesday morning at Travis Air Force Base, located between San Francisco and Sacramento.
    About 178 passengers from one plane are staying at Travis. The other plane refueled before taking its passengers to Marine Corps Air Station Miramar in San Diego later in the morning.
    The passengers at both locations will be under a 14-day quarantine managed by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Defense Department spokesman Lt. Col Chris Mitchell said.
    Video recorded by passenger Frank Hannum showed what it was like in one of the planes that landed Wednesday.
    Passengers sat in the cabin, wearing masks, as some State Department staff and health workers walked around the plane or stood, donning protective gear -- some of them nearly head to toe.
    In the background, a large sheet of plastic separated the area where these passengers were sitting from the rest of the plane.
    Someone at the front of section, using a megaphone, made an announcement about what would happen when the plane landed at Travis Air Force Base, including details about the two week quarantine.
    A man makes an announcement aboard the evacuation flight that Frank Hannum and other US citizens were on Wednesday.
    Hannum told CNN he was "very grateful for the ride home from the US government," as Wuhan, a city of about 11 million people, had been virtually shut down for two weeks, with normal commercial flights stopped.
    "In addition, all roads in Hubei province have been blocked. People cannot drive, and after two weeks of lockdown, are running out of food and necessities," he said.
    At Travis Air Force Base, people under quarantine will stay at the base's Westwind Inn, the military said Wednesday. One child with a fever has been transferred to a health care facility, Dr. Henry Walke with the CDC said. Children get fevers for multiple reasons, he said.
    This is one of the rooms at Westwind Inn at California's Travis Air Force Base. Passengers who were on a US-arranged charter flight out of Wuhan are to stay at the inn during a 14-day quarantine period.
    These flights come about a week after the first US government-arranged flight left Wuhan. That first chartered plane, carrying nearly 200 US citizens -- including diplomats and their families -- arrived January 29 at March Air Reserve Base in Southern California, where they also are under a 14-day quarantine.
    Four people had a fever or a cough and were taken to hospitals for more tests.
    About 1,000 Americans live in Wuhan, and priority on chartered flights was given to US citizens who are "most at risk for contracting coronavirus" if they stay in the city, the State Department has said.

    A woman's anxious trip back to the US started with an eerie taxi ride

    Two of the passengers who arrived back in the US Wednesday were Priscilla Dickey and her 8-year-old daughter Hermione. Video from their trip shows how much of a ghost town the metropolis of Wuhan has become, how people are taking precautions.
    The taxi driver who picked up Priscilla Dickey and her daughter Hermione in Wuhan was wearing a blue protective suit.
    When she hired a taxi to take them to the Wuhan airport a few days ago, the driver showed up in a blue protective suit.
    Video she recorded from inside the car showed the Wuhan streets nearly empty -- the taxi had a clear path to the airport.
    The streets of Wuhan were nearly empty when the taxi took Priscilla Dickey and her daughter to the airport.
    At the airport, almost everyone who greeted them -- airport staff, US Embassy officials -- were in protective suits.
    She and other would-be passengers went through health screenings, and then waited hours to board.
    "I'm just realizing the scope of the situation I'm in," Dickey said in a video she recorded at the airport, before she boarded her flight.