Coronavirus crisis: China eases lockdown in Wuhan where the pandemic began – BBC News
The Chinese city of Wuhan where Covid-19 first emerged has allowed people to leave the area for the first time since it went into lockdown in January. Those with a “green” code on a widely-used smartphone health app now have permission to leave the city. Meanwhile the head of the UK’s biggest lending bank has been defending its response to the coronavirus crisis. Alison Rose, the chief executive of Natwest Group, has said it is helping to support businesses in the face of huge demand from customers. Huw Edwards presents BBC News at Ten reports from China Correspondent John Sudworth in Beijing and Business Editor Simon Jack.
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