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Wuhan’s Life After Lockdown Isn’t Business as Usual

After more than two months of being confined to their homes, most of Wuhan’s 11 million residents are now free to venture out, with infections dwindling from thousands of new cases a day in mid-February to just a handful a week. But for restaurant owner Xiong Fei, the end of the lockdown in the Chinese city where the coronavirus pandemic began hasn’t brought relief, just a new set of challenges.

While factories around Wuhan are working around the clock to get back up to speed, the recovery of

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