After a long break in Wuhan, new cases are seen for the first time at the end of last week, and a test is planned for everyone in the city of 11 million inhabitants. According to state media, a report was asked from local officials on how these tests can be done within 10 days.
In Wuhan, where no ministers have been seen since April 3, six new cases were identified that were not outsourced at the weekend. The quarantine, which was practiced for 11 weeks in Wuhan, was terminated on April 8.
Life began to return to normal in the city. While the schools and businesses were reopening, public transportation vehicles started to operate. However, it is stated that new cases may disrupt the normalization process.