Wuhan residents are now permitted to leave without special authorisation as long as a mandatory smartphone application shows they are healthy
Anti-virus controls kept tens of millions of people at home for two months.
The Chinese city where the global coronavirus pandemic began partly reopened on Saturday, after more than two months of almost total isolation.
Senegal's government says it can't afford to bring home its citizens studying in China.
The city at the heart of the COVID-19 outbreak is still on lockdown. And it's eerily quiet. As this aerial footage shows.
Malaysia has also beefed up cleaning at Kuala Lumpur’s airport in order to tackle the virus spread.
Construction of the hospital began on Jan. 24 with a crew of 7,000 people working around the clock.
Scientists in Rome say they have isolated the DNA sequence of the coronavirus and will share the research worldwide to help combat the outbreak
Watch this Frenchman show you around Wuhan, the epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak and a city on lockdown.
Welcome to the Marco Polo hotel in Wuhan, over which hangs the spectre of the deadly coronavirus that has put the city in quarantine.
Óliver Cuadrado described empty streets, closed shops and paralysed transport.
France is joining the United States in advising its citizens to board chartered flights out of the quarantine zone.
A freight train used a new China- Europe train route for the first time on Saturday. Its journey began in Wuhan bound for Dourges in France. The journey is expected to take between 16 and 18 days.
Cameras capture the moment 19 blocks of flats were demolished in just 10 seconds