It is the only sub-provincial city in Central China, is now the capital of Hubei Province with an area of 8,494 square kilometers. The world's 3rd longest river-the Yangtze River and its greatest branch, the Hanshui River flow across the city and divide it into three parts, namely Wuchang, Hankou and Hanyang. It has a humid subtropical monsoon climate with abundant rainfall, sunshine and four distinctive seasons.
The most significance of Wuhan could be somewhat infamous, as it was told to be where the origins of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) can be traced back from.
By mid-April, Wuhan ended its 76-day lockdown. Back on Jan. 23, China blocked the borders of Wuhan — not allowing anyone in or out — a couple of days prior to China's Lunar New Year, a holiday that typically prompts millions of people to travel.
Currently, Wuhan economy faces a long, slow road to recovery after coronavirus lockdown. It has all been a struggle from work, schools, public places and even homes. Knowing that you live in a place where the modern pandemic broke out, anxiety and stress both fuel everyday lives.
Watching this coronavirus thing unfold reminded me of this clip in Men In Black where the question is whether or not to tell people something since “they are smart.” The retort is that a person is smart. People on the other hand are stupid, panicky, etc. If you ever doubted this, I set before you the coronavirus.
From everything we know so far, the coronavirus is not that big of a deal. Or, I should say, COVID-19, because in fact there are many other varieties of the coronavirus; so, strictly speaking, its a coronavirus, not the coronavirus. But that nuance … continue reading...