Large parts of Wuhan appear to have returned to normal, but businesses are still struggling to recover from the pandemic. Photo: BloombergLarge parts of Wuhan appear to have returned to normal, but businesses are still struggling to recover from the pandemic. Photo: Bloomberg
Large parts of Wuhan appear to have returned to normal, but businesses are still struggling to recover from the pandemic. Photo: Bloomberg

China’s coronavirus epicentre Wuhan returns to life, but economic scars run deep

  • Months after Wuhan reported its last coronavirus infection, much of the city appears to have returned to normality
  • But interviews with dozens of local residents show deep psychological scars and economic damage still lingers

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Large parts of Wuhan appear to have returned to normal, but businesses are still struggling to recover from the pandemic. Photo: BloombergLarge parts of Wuhan appear to have returned to normal, but businesses are still struggling to recover from the pandemic. Photo: Bloomberg
Large parts of Wuhan appear to have returned to normal, but businesses are still struggling to recover from the pandemic. Photo: Bloomberg
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