For the first time since January, China reported no coronavirus deaths on Tuesday.
The National Health Commission informed that 32 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 were reported on Tuesday (today) whereas 39 cases were reported on Monday. Sources said that all the new cases had come from overseas.
According to the Chinese government, more than 3,331 people have died and 81, 740 people had tested positive so far.
However, China is concerned that coronavirus can prevail again through foreign arrivals.
China has closed its borders with foreigners including those having residence permits or visas.
Chinese and foreign airlines are allowed to operate only one international flight in a week. Flights must be less than 75% full.
The international news agency says that Wuhan will allow people to leave the city for the first time on Wednesday after lockdown.
Some people in “epidemic-free” residential compounds have been permitted to go out for two hours.
Queen Elizabeth II delivered a speech on Sunday in which she has called for unity amid coronavirus pandemic.
The Queen said in her televised speech, “Together we are tackling this disease, and I want to reassure you that if we remain united and resolute, then we will overcome it,” “I hope in the years to come everyone will be able to take pride in how they responded to this challenge.”
Queen Elizabeth spoke in a pre-recorded video and she shared gratitude to the frontline workers at the UK’s National Health Service, careers and others fulfilling their responsibilities.