Amid restricted lockdown in China, the Country confirmed its first death after eight months, Aljazeera reports.
China had largely brought the virus under-control following a mass lockdown of more than 20 million people in the north of the Country and other provinces.
National Health Commission confirmed 138 infections in the County on Thursday.
China has declared an emergency state, as the daily coronavirus infections and deaths escalate.
The Country has reported its first COVID- 19 death after eight months, as the Country looks forward to recovery from the pandemic.
This comes as China expects 10 experts from the World Health Organization arrived in Wuhan today to probe the origin of the COVID-19.
Chines Health authorities have not provided details about the last COVID-19 death but, they assume that it occurred in Hebei, a province surrounded by Beijing.
Last week, the Government authorities closed transport links, schools, and shops in Hebei’s Capital City of Shijiazhuang and launched a massive COVID-19 test.
A recent data compiled by the National Health Commission, Northern provinces have seen an increase in the number of COVID-19 patients.
China’s official death toll currently stands at 4,635 individuals.