COVID-19: Domestic Air Travel Resumes In Wuhan
Airport authorities in Wuhan claim that as on Friday, September 11, around 64,700 passengers travelled to several destinations.
Six months ago, Wuhan, the epicentre of the global Coronavirus pandemic was reeling under the impact of the outbreak. Since then, Wuhan has experienced several major changes. According to the latest news reports, domestic air travel has finally resumed in the city of Wuhan. Sources also state that the Wuhan airport will now resume international passenger flights. Airport authorities claim that as on Friday, September 11, around 64,700 passengers travelled to several destinations. Authorities also confirm that soon international travel to destinations like Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, and Jakarta will be resumed.
There are also reports that China has not reported a single COVID-19 case over the past one month. With airline services resuming, the signs of normalcy are now seen in several states of China. The National Health Commission said that 10 new COVID-19 cases have been found recently, however, all of them were imported.
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