BEIJING, CHINA: The Republic of China on Tuesday announced an end to travel curbs at Wuhan, the epicentre of the coronavirus pandemic.
According to officials, the lockdown in Wuhan will be partially lifted on April 8.
Two months after they were ordered to stay indoors, Hubei province will allow residents who are healthy, to travel from midnight on Tuesday.
On Tuesday, a single new case of coronavirus was reported in Wuhan after almost a week of no new COVID-19 cases.
There are 3,277 deaths due to deadly coronavirus in China with over 81,171 cases, according to Worldometers, a website that is keeping track of coronavirus cases in countries across the world.
As per the Worldometers, there are 4,735 patients actively infected with COVID-19.Several countries across the world have either gone under a lockdown or imposed severe curbs in a view to staunch the flow of new infections.
Britain and New Zealand are the recent nations to join Europe, the Middle East, North America, and Asia in declaring countrywide lockdown.
Meanwhile, a total of coronavirus cases are 395,807 with 17,235 deaths, according to Worldometers.