It Was the First Coronavirus Hot Spot. Now, a Chinese Province Faces Big Floods

BEIJING—China’s central Hubei province, the authentic epicenter of the coronavirus, had only just emerged from an unprecedented monthslong lockdown aimed at made up of the lethal pandemic.

Now, it is dealing with its second calamity of the 12 months as the largest rains in recent memory swell some sections of the Yangtze River and result in popular flooding in the countryside about the provincial funds of Wuhan.