The city government of Wuhan said Monday that 61 hospitals designated for treating COVID-19 patients have been reopened to the public after disinfection.
Li Tao, deputy secretary general of the city government, said another five hospitals will also begin receiving patients with non-COVID-19 ailments in the coming days.
Li said all COVID-19 patients in the city have been transferred to high-level hospitals for treatment collectively, as the number of hospitalized COVID-19 patients keeps falling in the city.
Online appointments and patient flow control have been implemented in reopened hospitals as well.
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