字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント New tonight, an American family emerging from their home for the first time in 76 days. The reason. They live in Wuhan. So what's life like after quarantine? Here's NBC's Bob Woodruff Tonight. This is Wuhan, the Chinese city with a global pandemic began. Now it's reopened with a little bit of celebration weeks. We've been following American Maxie Word, his wife, Li Don, and his six month old daughter, Rachel, who are quarantined in their neighborhood. I can't leave if I wanted to. We were there just when fears of the virus is spread were growing because of the international section of the airport, and there's basically almost no one here. Empty days later, the airport's shut down and Wuhan became a ghost town because you can see where I'm excited. It has been, like two months off, one being locked down after more than two months Max. His entire family went outside together For the first time. Residents can now walk this once empty city. Even Mac's going to the store. Do you feel safe there? Yeah, definitely feel safe here because I mean they've taken such like stringent precautions, very stringent residents scan codes on their phones. Officials use technology to track people's movements and check body temperatures. Police even wear helmets they claim could detect heat in a crowd. How long do you think this kind of lifestyle you've got there in Wuhan will continue? Has That's the big question. No, that's the one that you know, design. I talk about way Wonder about, because at this point, we really aren't just looking forward to the day when we can go back to our normal lives. China is certainly not out of lock down time. Some areas have detected some Maur confirmed cases. Officials claim that these are with people who came from outside the country. Now that travel is banned, they are just wary of a resurgence. A second wave of Kobe 19 Tom, like so many places around the world. All right, Bob, Thank you for that new report. Hi, everyone. George Stephanopoulos here. Thanks for checking out the ABC News YouTube channel. If you'd like to get more video show highlights and watch live event coverage, click on the right over here to subscribe to our channel. And don't forget to download the ABC News after breaking news alerts.