Requiring at least 108 participants, the trial will be conducted in Wuhan, capital of Hubei province, the region worst-affected by the virus in the country, state-run China Daily reported.
While China began to relax measures taken to control the coronavirus, a Chinese health official said China must not loosen-up epidemic control as the flow of people increasing.
Beijing and Fujian both reported six cases, Shaanxi reported three cases, Tianjin, Zhejiang, Jiangsu and Yunnan each reported two cases, and Shanxi, Jilin and Henan reported one respectively.More news: Mayor considers closing parks if New Yorkers do not practice social distancing
The commission said that 159 people were still suspected of being infected with the virus.
The flights to resume services exclude worldwide flights and flights between Wuhan and Beijing, Wang Benju, with the provincial department of transportation, told a press conference on Wednesday.
A total of 67 new cases were reported as of end-Wednesday, up from 47 a day earlier, all of which were imported, China's National Health Commission said in a statement on Thursday.
Also on Wednesday, six deaths and 58 new suspected cases were reported on the mainland with all the deaths in Hubei Province and all the suspected cases from overseas. This included 3,281 people who died of the disease, 4,287 patients still being treated and 73,650 patients discharged after recovery, the NHC said. The public transport was in operation, and the citizens of the city of Xianning seemed starting from their houses by wearing a mask.More news: Coronavirus: Ronaldo criticised for taking pictures by the pool during pandemic
There have been more than 81,200 cases of COVID-19 in China and 3,281 deaths from the virus.
Meanwhile, over 800 people stuck in Hubei province since January 23 lockdown have arrived in Beijing, official media reported.
The trial, led by experts from the Academy of Military Medical Sciences, gained its approval on March 16 and the research is expected to last half a year.
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The global death toll from the virus has crossed 21,000, with more than 472,000 cases confirmed worldwide, according to USA -based Johns Hopkins University.