Life is slowly returning to normal in the Hubei province in China, after its government announced on March 25 that it would lift travel restrictions on residents after more than two months of lockdown.
Millions of people will now be able to travel to places within and outside the province again, as long as they've been given a "green code" by a health-tracking device on their phones.
Public transport in major cities started operating again and hundreds of tourist sports in the province have also reopened.
But residents, as well as experts, are fearful that the virus will re-emerge as people start going back to work and public places become available.
Photos show what life is like on-the-ground for residents of the Hubei district, who are slowly getting used to life outside their homes again.