Wuhan, one year after the 76-day lockdown was lifted

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On April 8, 2020, Wuhan, the hardest-hit Chinese city by the COVID-19 pandemic, reopened after a lockdown of 76 days. One year later, photographers revisit the city. 
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On April 8, 2020, Wuhan, the hardest-hit Chinese city by the COVID-19 pandemic, reopened after a lockdown of 76 days. One year later, photographers revisit the city and show us how life there is going on now through their eyes. 

Wuhan, one year after the 76-day lockdown was lifted
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Top: Medical staff take nucleic acid tests of the city’s residents on a playground at the Wujiashan No.1 Primary School on May 15, 2020. Above: Students do morning exercises on the same playground on April 6 this year. 

Wuhan, one year after the 76-day lockdown was lifted
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Wuhan, one year after the 76-day lockdown was lifted
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Shoppers have fun on the popular and crowded Pedestrian Shopping Mall on Jianghan Road on March 29. 

Wuhan, one year after the 76-day lockdown was lifted
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Workers weld auto parts in a factory of Dongfeng Aeolus in Wuhan on March 30. 

Wuhan, one year after the 76-day lockdown was lifted
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Customers enjoy local snacks in night markets on Hubu Street on March 28. 

Wuhan, one year after the 76-day lockdown was lifted
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Tourists take photos of the spectacular Yellow Crane Tower, a Wuhan landmark and one of the Four Great Towers of China. Tourism is recovering after last year’s lockdown.

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