Disinfection teams have been deployed to transport hubs in the Chinese city of #Wuhan – the epicenter of the #Covid19 outbreak – as it now prepares for normal life to resume, with the strict lockdown due to end in early April.
Residents with a clean health record – meaning they had no contact with confirmed or suspected Covid-19 patients – will be allowed to leave quarantined cities in China’s central Hubei province from March 25. The region’s capital Wuhan, where the disease was first recorded in December, will be opened on April 8.
Cleaners in hazmat suits sprayed Wuhan’s metro with disinfectant on Monday in preparation for the public transport system resuming normal operations. Workers in masks and gloves wiped the entry gates and ticket vending machines clean.
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