On January 23, in order to contain the COVID-19 epidemic, the city of Wuhan put its nine million residents on lockdown – one of the most unprecedented moves in human history.
On April 8, with most patients discharged from hospitals, almost zero new infections and a recovering city, Wuhan reopened.
So, what happened during the 76 days of lockdown? And what measures were taken in Wuhan to make sure it recovered?
In this video, CGTN explains several effective measures that the previous epicenter of the novel coronavirus took to recover.
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