Footage from state news agency Xinhua showed migrant workers in Huanggang - one of the cities worst-hit by the coronavirus outbreak - queuing for long-distance coaches with bags and suitcases.
China is re-opening some train stations and bus service as it lifts a lockdown in Hubei province to stem the spread of a new coronavirus.
On the other hand, the number of imported cases in Beijing increased.
To prevent a surge in imported cases, China is ramping up quarantine and screening rules for all global arrivals.
Railway stations and airports began opening from Wednesday - with the exception of Wuhan, the capital of Hubei where the virus is believed to have emerged late a year ago at a food market selling wild animals. In Hubei and Wuhan alone as of Wednesday 3,169 people died since January.
Hubei province, with a population of around 60 million people, has not reported any new cases on Wednesday and re-open the doors of their borders.
Unemployment Claims Reach All-Time High
The Department of Labor released the data on Thursday morning, showing there were 15,668 initial claims filed in Nebraska. In February, the Labor Department reported that unemployment had reached a 50-year low of 3.5 percent.
Hubei health commission said on Thursday that 914 people were still in severe condition and another 287 in critical condition in hospitals.
All of the new patients were travelers who came to China from overseas.
But as nations globally struggle to contain the pandemic, surging numbers of imported cases in China are fuelling anxiety about a possible second wave of infections just as the country seems to be bringing its outbreak under control. People in Wuhan have been virtually locked down for more than two months.
Following a harrowing battle with the pathogen, the city of Wuhan - Hubei's provincial capital, where the majority of China's Covid-19 infections were observed - lifted its quarantine earlier this week, and also reported zero new cases on Tuesday.
Also, Wuhan will resume commercial flights from April 8, excluding global flights and flights to and from Beijing.
The government has downgraded the risk level of Wuhan for Covid-19 outbreak from high to medium, according to official media reports. According to the Johns Hopkins coronavirus tracker, there are 471,518 confirmed cases across the world and 21,293 deaths recorded.
As the Department of Labor put it, "Nearly every state providing comments cited the COVID-19 virus impacts". In California alone, more than a million people have applied for unemployment benefits this month, Gov.
She is believed to be one of the youngest in the world to die from Covid-19 having displayed no pre-existing health conditions. The UK now has 8,077 people with coronavirus , up by 1,427 from 6,650 on Monday.
Une sentence prononcée le 14 février dernier par l'UEFA au regard des manquements des Citizens aux règles du fair play financier. En effet, City est interdit de compétition en Europe pendant deux ans, à partir de la saison prochaine.
Anyone who is over the age of 18, fit and healthy and non-symptomatic can offer their time to the scheme. He added: "When we launched the appeal last night, we hoped to get 250,000 volunteers over a few days".
Sherman noted that beyond NY , "every state and federal agency was aware of this risk, the federal government more than anyone". But the governor warned that much more work needed to be done. "We have probably the biggest employers of any other state.
Pentagon officials said 600 individuals linked to the military had now tested positive for the virus worldwide. The US now has some 68,597 reported cases of coronavirus across the country, and some 1,035 deaths.
NY has more than 30,000 of the country's more than 65,000 coronavirus cases, and 285 of its residents have died ofthe virus. NY has ordered residents to stay at home to curb the spread of the virus and, hopefully, ease pressures on health systems.