Provincial authorities said that after two months living with draconian curbs on daily life, residents will be allowed to leave Hubei from midnight Tuesday if healthy,
According to a statement on the provincial government’s website on Tuesday, People in Wuhan will be allowed to leave the city and Hubei province.
The sources said, Hubei ordered the shutdown in January but has been gradually easing rules and permitting people to move about within the province and return to work.
People who wish to travel in or out of Hubei or Wuhan will be able to as long as they have a “green” health code issued by authorities, but schools will remain closed.
Earlier today, China put a strict ban on eating and farming of wild animals in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic which appears to have originated from a Wuhan’s wildlife market Hubei, China.
COVID-19 and the SARS virus of 2003 both are from the coronavirus family, and both most likely started in wet markets.