The officials of the city of Wuhan in China are planning to test all 11 million residents within the next 10 days after a cluster of new cases was reported over the weekend, according to a state media report.

Iran PressAsia:  The new cluster of at least six cases is the first to be reported in Wuhan since the city emerged from an 11-week lockdown on April 8, stoking concern over a possible second wave of COVID-19.

The order to test all residents first appeared in The Paper, a state media outlet, and the report was subsequently picked up by national media.

Globally, more than 4,300,000 cases have tested positive for coronavirus so far, and more than 290,000 people died.


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