The cherry blossom season in central China's Wuhan City has arrived just on time. But due to this year's epidemic, cherry blossom gardens are not open to public yet, they are currently only for the medical workers and volunteers who have been fighting on the front line for a long period of time.
Since the number of new coronavirus cases has dropped sharply, many medical workers can finally have a chance to relish Wuhan's tranquility during their time off, and also the blooming cherry blossoms.
The garden may not be as full as usual, but happy faces are still there. Here's a vlog on the coming of spring by CGTN's Huang Yichang.