Rappler's latest stories on Wuhan
Conspiracy rumors that the biosafety lab was involved in the outbreak swirled online for months before Trump and his Secretary of State Mike Pompeo brought the theory into the mainstream
More than 9.8 million people are tested in the city of 11 million people between May 14 and June 1, officials say, adding the 300 positive results were among asymptomatic patients
Hu Weifeng, a urologist at Wuhan Central Hospital, dies on Friday, May 29, after being treated for COVID-19 and allied issues for more than 4 months
The footage is old and appeared as early as February 2020. Reports said the bodies in the video died of carbon monoxide poisoning.
'We could have learned from the Wuhan experience but we never did and instead magnified the problems with our own stupidity and negligence.'
But Wuhan Institute of Virology director Wang Yanyi says the highest similarity to COVID-19 of the 3 strains of live coronaviruses from bats 'only reaches 79.8%'
Lines of socially distanced people form at makeshift testing sites set up under tents in parking lots, parks, and residential communities in the metropolis of 11 million people
The planned tests come after Wuhan reported the first cluster of new COVID-19 infections since the city reopened after a 76-day lockdown on April 8
(UPDATED) The cases add to fears China could be facing a new wave of infections, even as restrictions continue to ease in some other parts of the country
China's National Health Commission also reports the first double-digit increase in countrywide cases in nearly 10 days
Here are some key questions about the Wuhan Institute of Virology
'We have not received any data or specific evidence from the United States government relating to the purported origin of the virus,' WHO emergencies director Michael Ryan says
While new infections have dwindled as Wuhan recovers, fear of asymptomatic carriers and cases re-imported from overseas has stopped the city from fully letting down its guard
Players of Wuhan Zall return home after more than 3 months of being away from their families
'There's no way this virus came from us,' says Wuhan Institute of Virology director Yuan Zhiming
(UPDATED) The Wuhan government adds 1,290 deaths to its COVID-19 tally. This brings the total number of deaths in the city to 3,869.
'There's no question, we're doomed this year,' says spice seller Yang
Residents need to show they have a "healthy" rating on a mandatory phone app to leave their homes, use public transport, or enter most public spaces
Some travelers can barely contain their happiness. 'I've been stuck for 77 days! I've been stuck for 77 days!' shouts one man.
Underlining the risks to Wuhan, huge numbers of passengers have crowded onto trains and buses to return home, threatening to swamp the traumatized city's containment measures
People are now allowed to enter Wuhan, China but not leave, and many trains arriving Saturday had been fully booked days in advance
Hubei province, where the novel coronavirus emerged late last year, will allow healthy residents to travel from midnight, officials say, two months after they were ordered to stay indoors
'Wuhan provides hope for the rest of the world that even the most severe situation can be turned around,' says World Health Organization
A central government investigation initiated after Li Wenliang's death finds that Wuhan police 'acted inappropriately by issuing a disciplinary letter' and took 'irregular law enforcement procedures'
Wuhan Zall goes straight into quarantine, but it cannot go back to its home city due to the lockdown
Wuhan businesses involved in providing daily necessities, prevention and control of the epidemic, or in the operations of public utilities are among those that can resume work immediately
Hubei has been under lockdown since January with some 56 million people under quarantine, but the number of cases has declined in recent weeks
The city government says the previous announcement had been made by a traffic prevention and control group 'without the consent' of the local leadership
Residents in Wuhan face tightening controls over daily life as the death toll from the coronavirus reaches over 2,500 in China alone
China's death toll from the coronavirus epidemic rises to 2,442
Peng Yinhua, a respiratory and critical illness doctor, had planned to get married during the Lunar New Year holiday, but postponed his wedding to help treat coronavirus patients
Low Taek Jho – commonly known as Jho Low – is accused of playing a major role in plundering billions of dollars from sovereign wealth fund 1Malaysia Development Berhad
Liu Zhiming, the director of Wuchang Hospital in Wuhan, dies after 'all-out rescue efforts failed,' state broadcaster CCTV reports
Tired and understaffed, medical workers have had to deal with thousands of new cases per week in Wuhan, the city at the epicenter of the outbreak that first emerged late last year
A man in his 50s who returned from Wuhan on the first Japanese evacuation flight on January 29, previously twice tested negative for the virus
An Agence France-Presse team arrived in Wuhan the day the city was placed under lockdown, and over the next week captures remarkable images of shock and resignation, despair and bravery
The refusal of airline crews to work forces the government to scrap the evacuation plan
(UPDATED) China's Wuhan City is currently on lockdown in an effort to quell the spread of the 2019 novel coronavirus
Ophthalmologist Li Wenliang was among a group of people who sounded the alarm about the novel coronavirus in late December, only to be reprimanded and censored by the authorities in central Hubei province
Human Rights Watch chief Kenneth Roth points in particular to what he says is the 'suppression' of reports on the virus in China during the early days of the outbreak
While many countries have sent aircraft to evacuate their citizens, veteran strongman and staunch Beijing ally Hun Sen has been criticized for insisting Cambodians should stay put in Wuhan
The mother had tested positive for the virus before she gave birth. The infant is the youngest person recorded as being infected by the virus.
(3rd UPDATE) The 57 confirmed new deaths are the single-biggest increase since the virus was detected late last year
Wuhan City, the biggest in Hubei province, is the most populous in Central China. A major transportation hub, it is also where about 150 Filipinos live.
Chinese state media says some 1,400 military medics will treat patients at the 1000-bed hospital just 10 days after construction began
The 44-year-old Chinese man who died in the Philippines is from Wuhan, the city that has been ground zero for the epidemic
So far, Hong Kong still lags behind China, Singapore, Thailand, and Japan in the number of infections
The move comes after more than 30 airlines worldwide announced they were halting or reducing flights to China amid the spread of the epidemic
Some 300 Filipinos in Wuhan and other parts of Hubei province in China are the priority in the Philippine government's repatriation plan
'It is unfortunate to see that people from my country are spreading racist ideology'