Fearing COVID-19 resurgence, China asks people to stay vigilant

From next week, domestic travel will be allowed but while cities in China slowly ease restrictions, countries around the region are doing the opposite, fearful of new clusters of the disease emerging.

    The Chinese government is warning people in the city of Wuhan to stay indoors amid concerns over a resurgence of coronavirus infections. It follows the imposition of a lockdown on 600,000 residents in neighbouring Henan province.

    Al Jazeera's Jessica Washington reports.


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