Chinese city, where coronavirus pandemic begun, has ended its more-than two-month lockdown.
Much of the world is now imposing strict lockdowns to stop the spread of coronavirus.
But the Chinese city, where the pandemic begun, is easing restrictions after a sharp fall in new cases.
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Eleven million people in Wuhan are now allowed to leave the city for the first time since late January.
Health officials are keeping a close watch to avoid a second wave of infections.
China‘s government is hailing this as a milestone in the global fight against COVID-19.
But questions have been raised about whether China has been under-reporting its number of infections and deaths.
So, what are the lessons for the rest of the world?
Presenter: Bernard Smith
Dr Arisina Ma – President of the Hong Kong Public Doctors’ Association
Dr Muhammad Munir – Lecturer in virology at Lancaster University, UK
Dr Gloria Taliani – Infectious disease specialist and member of the COVID-19 Task Force of the Italian Civil Protection System