China's Wuhan to keep testing residents as coronavirus lockdown eases

China's Wuhan to keep testing residents as coronavirus lockdown eases

10/4/2020 2:45:00 PM

China's Wuhan to keep testing residents as coronavirus lockdown eases

WUHAN — China's Wuhan city, where the global coronavirus pandemic began, is still testing residents regularly despite relaxing its tough two-month lockdown, with the country wary of a rebound in cases even as it sets its sights on normalising the economy.

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