Transcript for Wuhan ends lockdown after 76 days fighting COVID-19
When you have it, you'll pass it along. Jon, thank you. In Wuhan, China, they've reopened the city. But with a new normal. And what if anything does it show about what life could be like in America once we get through this? Here's Ian Pannell. Reporter: Tonight, 76 days later, Wuhan ends its lockdown. This is the moment when the barriers to the city where this global pandemic began are finally removed. Railways reopening, flights resuming, and residents are finally free to do that most simple of things, walk the streets once more. There are still major doubts about China's numbers for infections and deaths, but this is still an important day. And in honor of health care workers who saved the city, a light show, projecting their faces onto the skyline. But as China cheers, Europe grieves. Britain suffering its worst day, with 938 deaths and the peak still ahead. And its leader still in the hospital. The prime minister remains in intensive care, where his condition is improving. I can also tell you that he has been sitting up in bed and engaging positively with the clinical team. Reporter: Boris Johnson is in hospital for yet another night. Like so many other patients, he's not out of the woods yet, but the word is positive. Here at home, amid the
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