Entrance and departure to the Chinese city of Wuhan will open on April 8.
In the Chinese province of Hubei, where the spread of the coronavirus COVID-19 began, quarantine will be lifted from March 25, the press service of local authorities reported, citing recommendations of the National Health Commission of China.
Entrance and departure to a large city in Wuhan will open on April 8. At the same time, children’s educational institutions and colleges will be closed until the final scientific assessment is given to the situation in Hubei.
Residents of the province and those who visit it will be allowed to travel around the country with a special code generated on the phone. The “green” code will be received by people who have not identified coronavirus.
According to the data on the morning of March 22, in Hubei there was not a single new case of the disease and not a single suspicion of infection.
An outbreak of coronavirus infection COVID-19 began in December 2019 in Wuhan. March 11, the World Health Organization announced the spread of coronavirus pandemic.
The disease caused by the new virus “cannot be called” fatal, mortality is about 3.4%, “according to the website covid19.com.ua, which was launched by the Ukrainian government. WHO emphasizes: COVID ‑ 19 is not yet complete. Typically, COVID ‑ 19 coronavirus infection is mild, especially in children and young adults. On March 21, the World Health Organization announced that at least 20 vaccines from COVID-19 are being developed in the world.
According to Johns Hopkins University (updated), more than 380 thousand people have been infected with coronavirus infection worldwide, more than 16 thousand have died, more than 100 thousand have been cured.
In Ukraine, as of March 24 84 cases recorded COVID-19, three of them are fatal, one patient recovered.