Life After Lockdown in Wuhan, China

After more than 70 days under strict quarantine measures, the citizens of Wuhan are finally back out in public spaces. The Coronavirus originated in Wuhan, sickening and killing thousands in the large Chinese city. For 76 days (nearly three months) the 11 million residents of Wuhan were under strict lockdown orders, confined to their homes. As cases have fallen continuously, officials have allowed residents to leave their homes and begin traveling around the city again. While schools remain closed, some residents are back at work.

However, life isn't back to normal just yet. Chinese officials are on high alert, hoping to avoid a resurgence of the virus. The world is watching the situation closely, holding our collective breaths and hoping the city can reopen without seeing a second wave of infections.

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