China’s coronavirus epicenter Wuhan will resume transport links on April 8.
Trains will be able to leave, the airport will resume flights out, and cars blocked from exiting as the pathogen roared through Wuhan can take to the highways again.
As the first epicenter of the now global pandemic, Wuhan provides a window into the uncertain, post-virus future.
“Our goal for 2020 is first to survive physically,” said Ma Renren, who runs a small marketing agency. The Wuhan native was sitting outside a Starbucks in a northwest district of Wuhan, his first time there in more than two months. “Second is for our businesses to survive.”
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