Vendors have started selling again at major farmers' markets in Wuhan as the local economy continues to recover after the COVID-19 epidemic was effectively brought under control in the worst-hit central Chinese city.

Local activities have gradually been returning back to normal since the city, which is the provincial capital of Hubei Province, announced the lifting of a 76-day lockdown on April 8, with the re-opening of local markets another indication that daily life is finally getting back on track.

However, a host of stringent epidemic prevention and control measures, including regular disinfections and social distancing, are being strictly enforced at the markets to ensure consistently high safety standards are upheld.!language=1


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