Lockdown cleared after 73 days in Wuhan, China

BEIJING / Wuhan, April-8 – The lockdown has been cleared after 73 days in the city of Wuhan, China, the focal point of the Coronavirus, which has caused massive anxiety worldwide.

Another concern is that two new deaths and more than 1,000 cases of infection have been recovered in China, but clearing the city’s lockdown has raised fears that the killer epidemic will reappear.

It was common this morning to witness the arrival of thousands of people to railway stations as the lockdown cleared.

SARS (typhoid, cough, fever and respiratory symptoms) first appeared in China’s Hebei Province on the second weekend of December. Alarmed by the government’s first restriction in Wuhan in January, it has banned public transport.

The lockdown has been cleared by the Chinese government, which has now claimed control over Kovid-19. But with the rise of new cases again, the sanctity of clearing the ban is questionable.