Life has been started to return to normal on Wednesday after the two months of lockdown, in Wuhan, the epicenter of China’s coronavirus outbreak, with the traffic controls lifted, construction resuming and people catching the buses and doing everything which has been done in the normal life.
Mainland China has also reported a drop in the new confirmed coronavirus cases to 47 on Tuesday, all of them in the travelers returning home, down from 78 infections reported a day earlier. The central province Hubei that is the home to around 60 million people, had announced on Tuesday that it was removing travel restrictions at the midnight.
The Hubei government told all the citizens to go back to work, who has been quarantined at home. The Wudang Mountains, a top scenic site has been reopened for the visitors.
Even as the lockdown in Hubein has been eased, the strict measures to control the infections from abroad continue to be put in the place. The government said that anyone who is arriving in the province from abroad should inform the authorities of their travel history two days prior to travel. Beijing has already diverted flights to the other cities where passengers will be screened and quarantined.