After 76 days, the intense lockdown in Wuhan, China has come to an end. All highways have been reopened, and flights and trains can be taken in and out of the city. At first, residents were allowed to leave their house to obtain groceries, but by mid-February they were on a complete and total house lockdown. Everyone had to rely on delivery services for food and medicine. Many of the citizens and doctors have been told to remain silent on any transgression due to the lockdown. One resident, Zhang Hai, said his father contracted the coronavirus and then died after visiting the hospital for a broken leg. When he tried to pick up his father’s ashes, officials refused to let him be alone or share what had happened.