Wuhan reports first COVID-19 cases since lifting the lockdown

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China’s Wuhan where the coronavirus outbreak all started has today Monday the 11th of May 2020 reported its COVID-19 cases. In addition, ever since lifting the lockdown of the Central Chinese City a month back. Therefore this has again raised concerns about the resurgence of the deadly coronavirus disease.

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Meanwhile, according to Reuters, these new infections add more efforts to lower COVID-19 restrictions across the whole of China as businesses restart.

Wuhan has reported five new cases of coronavirus and all these five live in the same residential compound. In addition, one of these five cases was a wife to an 89-year-old male victim who was among the first case since April 3.

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However, all those previously confirmed cases are said to be asymptomatic. In addition, this means these people never show any clinical signs for example fevers. However, they are capable of infecting others without them noticing that they are positive.

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According to a trusted source, Cyclone Times Uganda has learned that the number of asymptomatic cases in Wuhan in China is completely unknown. This is because they show up on the radar of health officials as they seem to be positive after conducting tests.

China currently has an overall tally of 82,918 coronavirus cases but this number doesn’t cater to the asymptomatic cases. Meanwhile, all the asymptomatic cases in Wuhan are currently monitored according to the city’s health officials.

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