Wuhan city returns to normalcy after a year
By

Global Times reporter covering international relations, politics, public health and science.

Zhang Hui
and

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

Xu Keyue
, Published: 2021/4/8 17:19:17
Busy but orderly day at Wuhan Central Hospital. (Photo: Xu Keyue/GT)
Editor's Note:
On April 8, 2020, Wuhan city reopened from a strict lockdown to stifle COVID-19 spreading. One year later, GT reporters re-visited Wuhan Central Hospital, and found the hospital has returned to normalcy, where doctors remain busy but their work is orderly. The vaccination in the city is progressing well. (Photos: Zhang Hui and Xu Keyue/GT)

Busy but orderly day at Wuhan Central Hospital. (Photo: Xu Keyue/GT)
Busy but orderly day at Wuhan Central Hospital. (Photo: Xu Keyue/GT)
Busy but orderly day at Wuhan Central Hospital. (Photo: Xu Keyue/GT)
Busy but orderly day at Wuhan Central Hospital. (Photo: Xu Keyue/GT)
Busy but orderly day at Wuhan Central Hospital. (Photo: Xu Keyue/GT)
Busy but orderly day at Wuhan Central Hospital. (Photo: Xu Keyue/GT)
Busy but orderly day at Wuhan Central Hospital. (Photo: Xu Keyue/GT)
Busy but orderly day at Wuhan Central Hospital. (Photo: Xu Keyue/GT)
Vaccination registration in Wuhan Hanjiang district. (Photo: Zhang Hui/GT)
Vaccination registration in Wuhan Hanjiang district. (Photo: Zhang Hui/GT)
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