One year after Wuhan lifted COVID-19 lockdown
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Global Times reporter covering international relations, politics, public health and science.

Zhang Hui
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Global Times reporter following Australia and Japan issues, also with a focus on social issues and overseas studies.

Xu Keyue
and Pang Yue, Published: 2021/4/7 17:56:30
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Editor's Note:
On April 8, 2020, Wuhan lifted the lockdown that was imposed to prevent COVID-19 from spreading. One year later, GT reporters looked at how Wuhan residents are living, and looked back at past moments of this heroic city. (Photos: Zhang Hui, Xu Keyue and Pang Yue/GT)

Health bridge of Wuhan Tongji Hospital, where information on each medical support team was posted. (Photo: Zhang Hui/GT)
Health bridge of Wuhan Tongji Hospital, where information on each medical support team was posted. (Photo: Zhang Hui/GT)
Jianghan Pedestrians Street (Photo: Zhang Hui/GT)
Jianghan Pedestrians Street (Photo: Zhang Hui/GT)
Wuhan West toll station, a departure channel from Wuhan (Photo: Pang Yue/GT)
Hubu lane snack street (Photo: Xu Keyue/GT)
Hubu lane snack street (Photo: Xu Keyue/GT)
Passengers at Wuhan Tianhe International Airport (Photo: Pang Yue/GT)
Passengers at Wuhan Tianhe International Airport (Photo: Xu Keyue/GT)
CITIC recruitment activity in Wuhan University (Photo: Xu Keyue/GT)
Doctor Zhou Ning from Wuhan Tongji Hospital’s department of cardiology (Photo: Pang Yue/GT)
Doctor Zhou Ning from Wuhan Tongji Hospital’s department of cardiology (Photo: Xu Keyue/GT)
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