China to lift lockdown over coronavirus epicentre Wuhan on April 8
Tuesday, 24 March 2020
China's Hubei province where the coronavirus pandemic originated will lift travel restrictions on people leaving the region starting March 25. The provincial capital Wuhan, where the virus first appeared and which has been in total lockdown since since January 23, will see its travel restrictions lifted on April 8.
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