China, the epicenter of the epidemic that has engulfed more than 180 countries around the world, has reported no deaths for the first time in the past 3 months.
The Coronavirus was launched in December 2019 in Wuhan, the Chinese province of Hubei, and the Chinese government began providing the death toll in January 2020.
As a result, the coronavirus spread rapidly in China, and during the first 6 weeks, the number of patients exceeded 70,000 while the casualties were also on the rise.
To cope with the Coronavirus, the Chinese government built temporary hospitals in Wuhan, including 16 temporary hospitals in other provinces of the country, and restricted people to homes, including lockdown enforcement in several cities.
China also closed its land borders to other countries by closing public and leisure sites, while also restricting air operations.
China took control of the Coronavirus in early March 2020 due to the stringent measures taken by the government, and for the first time in mid-March, there were no case reports from the epidemic of Wuhan.
The Chinese government also closed temporarily built hospitals after controlling the Coronavirus, and by the middle of March began removing the lockdown from Wuhan, opening cinema halls and entertainment venues.
In the last week of March, routine life was resumed in China, and partial recreation and public places have now been opened, while restoration of aviation operations including transport has been allowed.