Wuhan, the epicenter of China’s COVID-19 outbreak, revised its number of confirmed cases and deaths on April 17. The number of confirmed cases rose by 325 to a new total of 50,333. The number fatalities increased by 1,290 to a total of almost 3,900. What accounted for the revision? What do the updated figures say about the broader fight against COVID-19 in the city? And now that Wuhan has emerged from lockdown, what are the lessons and experiences for the future?
Guest: Du Bin, Director of Medical ICU at Peking Union Medical College Hospital.
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