As new coronavirus case numbers fall, community life is slowly resuming in China.
In the worst-hit city of Wuhan, people in “infection-free” areas are starting to venture outside.
After nearly two months of lockdown, people are finally enjoying the breath of fresh air…but they still must follow the guidelines about preventing infections.
Factories and construction projects around the city have also resumed operations.
In Xinjiang, Guizhou and other provinces, schools have reopened. Where schools are open, temperature checks and limits in class sizes remain.
Customers are starting to return to restaurants across the country. Some tourist spots are welcoming visitors again too
But China is not out of the woods yet.
Health experts say a third of those infected with the coronavirus may be “silent carriers”.
Over 43,000 people in China could have the virus, but with delayed or no symptoms.
Watch the video below to see how China is recovering.
It remains unclear what role asymptomatic transmission plays in the spread of COVID-19.
COVID-19 has infected at least 81,093 and claimed 3,270 lives in China as of March 23.