WUHAN, China (AP) — Residents of Wuhan are cautiously returning to shopping and strolling in the streets of the city where the coronavirus pandemic began.
But they say they still go out very little from their apartments and keep their children at home while they wait for schools to reopen after a 2 1/2-month quarantine,
A ban on leaving Wuhan ended this week, but the sprawling city's 11 million people face a thicket of controls.
The city is taking gradual steps toward reviving business and daily life while trying to prevent a resurgence of the virus.
That foreshadows the struggle other cities in Asia and the West face once they ease anti-disease controls.