Wuhan Nightclubs Are Packed As City Has No New COVID-19 Cases

Harin - Sep 22, 2020


Wuhan Nightclubs Are Packed As City Has No New COVID-19 Cases

People have been wowed with images of people in Wuhan clubbing and enjoying the nightlife while the world still trying to tackle COVID-19.

Images of Wuhan citizens partying hard in a waterpark without following social distancing rules have shocked the world. The water park was full of people and not a single person had a mask on. The city was the epicenter of the outbreak. That is probably why it was criticized for “enjoying” while the world is still suffering.

Now, people have been wowed again as images of people in Wuhan clubbing and enjoying the nightlife have surfaced.

Wuhan Clubs
According to LADBible, night clubs in the city seemed to have welcomed guests again.

According to LADBible, night clubs in the city seemed to have welcomed guests again. In the images, party-goers can be seen enjoying themselves while the rest of the world don’t have the luxury to do. In many places, bars and clubs have yet to receive permission to reopen. If any have opened, it has to follow strict social distancing rules.

The Chinese government says that the country has managed to wipe out the virus from the country, with no new COVID-19 cases in 33 days.

To counter the global outrage on the water park party, Chinese state media said that it was a sign that the city was returning to normalcy and to the economy was bouncing back.

Wuhan Waterpark
Chinese state media said that it was a sign that the city was returning to normalcy and to the economy was bouncing back.

Wuhan was where the pandemic originated from. The city recorded the first case of the SARS-CoV-2 virus in December 2019. The city’s number of cases accounted for 60% of China’s total cases.

On January 23, 2020, the whole city was put under lockdown to prevent the spread of the virus. All vehicles leaving the city including planes, trains, and buses stopped working while the highways were blocked.

Even the city’s public transportations were gone. Residents were banned from leaving their homes, even to get necessities. Soon after that, other cities in Hubei issued similar strict regulations.

Wuhan Lockdown
All vehicles leaving the city including planes, trains, and buses stopped working while the highways were blocked.

Drastic measures seemed to help China successfully control the virus. However, the virus reemerged from mid-May with 6 new cases recorded. In Wuhan, over 6.5 million tests were conducted in 9 days to control the virus from spreading.

>>> Wuhan Residents Hosting Pool Party, Is The COVID-19 Nightmare Over?

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