A 20-year-old volunteer driver in Wuhan became a vital resource during the city's 10-week lockdown
- The Chinese city of Wuhan ended its lockdown after more than two months.
- The lockdown had brought Wuhan almost to a complete standstill after the coronavirus was first reported there.
- One 20-year-old volunteer driver has helped his community by shuttling healthcare workers to and from the hospital so they could complete their shifts.
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