Coronavirus in China:

The Beijing health agency has announced hundreds of new infections with lung disease. The number of fatalities also went up significantly.

Nevertheless, travel restrictions in Wuhan were relaxed. The number of coronavirus deaths in China has risen sharply again.

The Beijing National Health Commission reported another 150 new Covid 19 deaths - more than ever in a day.

This means that there are already 2592 deaths in the People's Republic. The number of newly detected infections continued to climb by 409.

A total of 77,150 confirmed infections have been registered in mainland China. The vast majority of new deaths and infections with the Sars-CoV-2 called coronavirus have been reported from the severely affected Hubei province in central China.

People are allowed to leave Wuhan subject to conditions:

Despite the renewed surge, several Chinese authorities have cut back on their coronavirus emergency response.

Travel restrictions were relaxed in the city of Wuhan, which has a population of eleven million and is considered the starting point for the epidemic.

These requirements are that they show no possible symptoms of infectious disease and have had no contact with coronavirus patients.

All those wishing to leave require official approval. They also have to register with the Chinese authorities at their Chinese destinations and have their health checked for two weeks.

On January 23, Wuhan was largely sealed off from the outside world by the authorities. Since then, however, numerous foreign citizens have been returned to their home countries on special flights.

Provinces reduce emergency measures:

Besides, local health commissions said that Yunnan and Guizhou provinces would reduce their immediate measures from Level I to Level III, while Guangdong and Shanxi would downgrade their measures to Level II.

It stipulates which measures are to be used, whereby level I represents the most serious measures in the event of a health emergency.

Besides, the number of people infected with the pathogen rose by 161, the centres for disease control and prevention announced on Monday. The number of deaths increased to seven.

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