China reported zero new cases of coronavirus in Wuhan since the start of the pandemic two months ago, which left 80,000 Chinese people sickened and over 3,000 dead.

Epidemiologists warn that a second wave of infections could be on the rise, given patterns of previous pandemics. The coronavirus is harder to detect and lingers longer than other viruses in the past, including SARS, which infected 8,000 people before fading out. Globally, the coronavirus has sickened over 211,000 and killed 8,700.