The Chinese city of Wuhan is lifting its travel restrictions in two weeks after nearly four months of being on lockdown for coronavirus.
Wuhan, where COVID-19 is believed to have originated in December, will lift travel restrictions on April 8th.
Life in Wuhan came to a standstill in January after the Chinese government moved to completely shut down public transportation, highways, airports and businesses.
The Hubei province reported zero new infections on March 19th, a significant reduction since the height of the epidemic.
There have been more than 80-thousand cases in China and more than three-thousand deaths.
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