Thousands of people attend music festival in Wuhan, China
The first day of Wuhan Strawberry Music festival witnessed thousands of fanatics screaming, dancing in delight.
The festival returned in Wuhan after being held virtually in 2020 amid increasing Covid-19 infection in the country.
The number of people attending the festival was to be limited this year and barriers were set up in front of stage. But about 11,000 people showed up on the first day of the festival, only a few wearing masks.
People of Wuhan lived under stringent restrictions during the first wave of Covid-19 for more than 2 months. According to the official data, the city is now completely virus-free and only a few, small outbreaks have been reported in the country in recent months.
The two-day festival brings many domestic singers and bands together accross three stages in the Garden Expo Park of Wuhan.
People came to Wuhan from all over the country to attend the festival.
The total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in mainland China now stands at 90,671, while the death toll remains unchanged at 4,636, many of whom were Wuhan residents.
All the new cases recently reported in China were imported infections originating overseas, the National Health Commission said in a statement.