Tagged With Wuhan China

A grieving daughter in Wuhan is suing China, saying its early cover-up of COVID-19 killed her father. In response, the authorities reportedly intimidated her family.


A water-park music festival in Wuhan attracted thousands of partygoers — but residents say normal life is still on pause


Local officials in Wuhan, China, withheld information from Beijing on the threat of the coronavirus, US intel reportedly finds



The Chinese CDC now says the coronavirus didn't jump to people at the Wuhan wet market — instead, it was the site of a superspreader event


Photos show how Wuhan tested 6.5 million people for the coronavirus in 9 days, while the US has tested only 14 million people in 4 months


A month after Wuhan's 76-day lockdown ended, stores in the wedding industry are still struggling to stay open



Scientists found an even closer match between the new coronavirus and a virus in bats — more evidence that it jumped naturally, like other viruses


Hong Kong is testing hundreds of families after finding 2 new cases after 23 days of no local infections. It's a strategy many countries are using as they reopen.


A US researcher who worked with a Wuhan virology lab gives 4 reasons why a coronavirus leak would be extremely unlikely


Wuhan abruptly increased its coronavirus death toll to 50% higher than previously reported


An unsubstantiated theory suggests the coronavirus accidentally leaked from a Chinese lab — here are the facts


'Diary of a closed city': A Chinese author chronicled her life in Wuhan, where the first coronavirus cases were detected



One chart shows Wuhan's coronavirus deaths by age and sex. The most deaths were among men in their 60s.


A 21-year-old Canadian woman stayed in Wuhan because she didn't want to abandon her cat. The lockdown just lifted, but she's still 'fenced in.'


The coronavirus probably started spreading in Wuhan far earlier than Chinese authorities reported — here's the more likely timeline


A 20-year-old volunteer driver in Wuhan became a vital resource during the city's 10-week lockdown



Countries may need to impose new lockdowns every 3 months until a coronavirus vaccine is available, an expert says


Job postings are down across the globe. Here's how the US ranks compared to 10 other countries.


The probability of dying after developing coronavirus symptoms is 1.4% in Wuhan, China, new research suggests — far lower than initial estimates


China took at least 12 strict measures to control the coronavirus. They could work for the US, but would likely be impossible to implement.