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Coronavirus

Wuhan eases lockdown, allowing healthy to travel

China says nearly all new coronavirus cases are imported

Security personnel walk next to a 5G enabled autonomous vehicle inside the closed Wuhan University.   © Reuters

BEIJING (Reuters) -- China reported 46 new coronavirus cases on Sunday, while the city of Wuhan, the pandemic's ground zero, announced it would be loosening a two-month lockdown by gradually resuming public transportation and allowing healthy people to resume work.

It was the fourth day in a row with an increase in Chinese cases, all but one of which was imported from overseas.

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