Liz Lord, an American citizen from Maryland, was on a bus traveling in India when Prime Minister Narendra Modi ordered a complete nationwide lockdown on Wednesday.
After scrambling to find transportation, she made it back to the Indian capital New Delhi through 30 hours on taxis and buses. Once there, she had less than 6 hours to find a flight out of the country due to the new international travel suspensions.
But she has found herself stranded yet again today, with her flight canceled and no communication from the airline.
"International flight travel restrictions were extended until April 14 and all of our flights were canceled. Unfortunately my airline didn't tell me directly as they said they would if any changes were made to my flight," she told CNN.
"I saw it through their Twitter page ... As of right now, if I Google my flight for March 29, it says it's still scheduled."
She said she has tried to reach out to anybody who can help -- the US embassy, Maryland officials, even speaking out on social media and to news outlets.
"We do want to come home, and many of us are willing to go through any medical exam or home quarantine that is necessary ... rather than having to wait three weeks," she said.
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