An elderly couple in Wuhan, Hubei province, dance by the Yangtze River on June 30. Hubei has been free of new coronavirus infections since May 19. Photo: ReutersAn elderly couple in Wuhan, Hubei province, dance by the Yangtze River on June 30. Hubei has been free of new coronavirus infections since May 19. Photo: Reuters
An elderly couple in Wuhan, Hubei province, dance by the Yangtze River on June 30. Hubei has been free of new coronavirus infections since May 19. Photo: Reuters

Letters | Hong Kong coronavirus curbs: Hubei recovery should prompt entry ban rethink

  • With no new cases reported since May 19, the mainland province is no longer the epicentre of the outbreak and should not be treated as such

Topic |   Health in China
An elderly couple in Wuhan, Hubei province, dance by the Yangtze River on June 30. Hubei has been free of new coronavirus infections since May 19. Photo: ReutersAn elderly couple in Wuhan, Hubei province, dance by the Yangtze River on June 30. Hubei has been free of new coronavirus infections since May 19. Photo: Reuters
An elderly couple in Wuhan, Hubei province, dance by the Yangtze River on June 30. Hubei has been free of new coronavirus infections since May 19. Photo: Reuters
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