Air traffic resumed in the Chinese province of Hubei after two months of restrictions due to coronavirus. This is reported by Xinhua.
Passenger and cargo flights were restored through airports in Hubei. The airports in Wuhan are still closed.
Xu Zuoqiang, chairman and general manager of the Three Gorges Airport, said that before the resumption of flights, the airport had carried out comprehensive disinfection and organized staff training for epidemic control and prevention.
The airport has newly installed thermal imaging equipment for mass body temperature checks on people in the departure and arrival halls. Isolation areas have also been prepared to quarantine people tested with fever.
Note that the city of Wuhan since January 23 this year has been actually isolated from the outside world due to an outbreak of coronavirus.
For the first time, coronavirus infection was recorded in the Chinese city of Wuhan at the end of 2019. March 11, WHO announced a pandemic.
As of 18:00 on March 29, 684,652 cases of coronavirus were recorded in the world. Of these, more than 32 000 people died, and 145 706 people recovered.