The Chinese government has shut down all public transport in the city of Wuhan in response to an outbreak of a new strain of the Covid-19 virus. The city, which is the capital of China’s Hubei province and home to 11 million people, has been placed under lockdown and transportation services have been suspended in an effort to contain the spread of the virus.
The new strain of the virus is believed to be more contagious than the original strain, and it has already been reported in other parts of China, as well as in some other countries. The Chinese government has implemented strict travel restrictions and other measures to try to contain the spread, including closing schools and public places, banning large gatherings, and requiring citizens to wear face masks in public.
Although the measures are aimed at containing the spread of the virus, they have caused disruption to daily life in Wuhan. The city’s public transport network, which includes buses, metro, and ferries, has been shut down, making it difficult for people to go about their daily activities. People are also being asked to stay at home and avoid contact with others as much as possible.