China to Remove Travel Bans on Hubei Province, Including Wuhan

Wuhan has been under lockdown since January 23 and the easing of restriction comes in light of zero new infections in Hubei as of March 19.

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According to the Health Commission for China‘s Hubei province, all travel restrictions in and out of the province will be lifted on March 25.

Meanwhile, the travel bans for the city of Wuhan, the provincial capital and epicenter of China’s coronavirus outbreak, will be removed on April 8 instead. Wuhan has been under lockdown since January 23 and the easing of restriction comes in light of zero new infections in Hubei as of March 19.

On January 23, the country took massive measures to lock down Wuhan and its surrounding regions, including halting air and rail travel, as well as banning large gatherings.

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