After being the center of the Corona virus pandemic, the city Wuhan, China’s Hubei province is starting to rise. A number of economic activities are starting to run as before the pandemic, including entertainment activities.
Now Wuhan residents no longer have to feel scared when going to nightclubs. They can already move freely for a dugem without a mask.
Reporting from the New York Post, a number of photos circulated showing young people at Wuhan who have started partying at nightclubs. The photo is known to have been taken last week, to be precise on Friday, 18 May 202 in Wuhan.
According to Vice’s report, the Wuhan government has declared the city free of the Coronavirus after conducting swab tests on its 9.9 million residents.
Since mid-May 2020 there have also been no additional cases of local transmission afterwards Wuhan lockdown (regional quarantine) for several months.
Apart from night clubs, Bloomberg also reported that social life in Wuhan has returned to normal. Restaurants, cinemas and karaoke have opened.
The nightclub in Wuhan is back in operation as there are no new Corona cases there. Photo: Getty Images / Getty Images
To prevent the spread of the Corona virus again, China has implemented a system to trace contacts between individuals in public places using health codes.
Meanwhile, according to the Global Times, hand sanitizers and disinfectants were also seen at many points in the city’s public areas Wuhan.
Previously, in August 2020, Wuhan was also in the spotlight because of the pool party and music festival that took place at Maya Beach Water Park. The BBC said there were thousands of people who attended the party.
Wuhan is the first city in China where a patient who contracted Corona was first found. The Wuhan government imposed a lockdown for the first time on January 23 after 17 people died and 400 people became victims due to the Corona virus at that time.
The loosening of the lockdown was carried out gradually until the end Wuhan declared to have been free from the Corona virus in June 2020.
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