Wuhan will forever be known as the epicentre of the Covid-19 outbreak, but it seems that life is returning to normal in the Chinese city.
So much so, in fact, that over 7,000 people attended an open-air EDM concert there at the weekend.
The concert took place in the city's Wuhan Maya Beach Water Park, which normally has space for 15,000 but was limited by organisers to 50% of its usual capacity. There was no social distancing and judging by the video and photos below, most people chose not to wear a mask.
It sounds like a risky move - but there has been no new cases of the virus in Wuhan since mid-May, with many of the very limiting restrictions imposed on citizens lifted. However, there are still various precautions being undertaken by Chinese authorities across the country to control the spread of the virus, including the implementation of a colour-coded health system that people must abide by.
This puts the recent 'socially distanced' gigs in the UK in the ha'penny place...
Wuhan, China — once the global epicenter of the coronavirus — hosted an EDM concert at an outdoor water park that saw thousands in attendance. Wuhan hasn't had a single case of COVID-19 since mid-May. pic.twitter.com/gsckBw3QDz
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People watch a performance as they cool off in a swimming pool in Wuhan, China pic.twitter.com/sPIdpAmQ6G
— AFP News Agency (@AFP) August 17, 2020