Govt-19 News: Live Updates – The New York Times
First pool parties, now international holidays.
Wuhan, a Chinese city where the corona virus was first discovered, is one of many in the country Gradually returns to pre-normal infection. Wuhan’s water parks and night markets are elbow to elbow, sounding like they did in the days before the dictatorial government imposed Locking.
The next step is to restart international flights. China’s state media reported on Thursday that the first September 16 D’Way Airlines flight was between the South Korean capital, Wuhan, and Seoul.
Many carriers are seeking permission to resume direct flights between cities such as Wuhan and Bangkok; Kuala Lumpur Malaysia; Hanoi, Vietnam; Singapore; And Tokyo, according to a report in the People’s Daily, the official newspaper of the Chinese Communist Party.
Thousands of stranded passengers leave Wuhan in January, just before the Lunar New Year. Unknowingly helped spread the virus Nationwide and beyond. The industrial center, which has a population of 11 million, was closed at the end of that month.
Wuhan started Reopen in April with caution, And other cities have followed suit, despite experts warning that China could face a Govt-19 uprising as the weather cools and people spend more time indoors. Earlier this month, Beijing resumed direct flights to Canada, Greece, Thailand and other countries.
Wuhan’s Tianhe International Airport, which was the most vacant this spring, handled 60,000 passengers a day last month, a record since the end of its closure, state media reports said. In late August, the airport recovered 90 percent of the pre-infection of domestic flights compared to the same period last year.
On Thursday, China declared zero domestic cases for the 25th day in a row. There are a total of nearly 93,000 cases and 4,634 deaths on Chinese soil New York Times Database.
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