Wuhan lift restrictions exit after 11 weeks of quarantine



Beijing.- Wuhan began to lift travel restrictions of output and internal transport from this Wednesday, after 11 weeks of total closure of the chinese city, implemented to stop the spread of the COVID-19.

In Wuhan, the epicenter of the Coronavirus outbreak in your home, they have dismantled the controls of transit and resumed the operation of railways, airports, waterways, roads and buses in an orderly manner, reported Xinhua.

On the 23rd of January, when the pandemic reached its peak in Wuhan, the city said traffic restrictions have never been seen before, such as the suspension of public transport and all flights and trains departure. The city was placed entirely in quarantine.

Photographs released by the chinese news agency this Wednesday show crowds of people, all with full face masks, waiting for trains to get out of Wuhan, as well as long lines of cars at the toll booths of the motorway.

Tens of thousands of people who spent the last few months locked up in Wuhan are preparing to leave the city and even return to their jobs in other parts of the country, have been trapped in the city by the COVID-19, tells the South China Morning Post.

The prohibitions in the city, known for many weeks as “the epicentre of the pandemic”, rise two weeks after the Hubei province, where Wuhan, to relax the restrictions in a similar way.

The chinese citizens in Wuhan need to carry a QR code to the mode of documentation of the state of health before they are allowed to get out of the residential complexes and to use the public transport.