Schools, restaurants, and markets open in Tibet's capital Lhasa, though the city's major religious sites remain closed for now.
Jampa Dorje and his son were taken into custody by Chinese police for listening to the exiled spiritual leader's teachings on their mobile phone.
Tenzin Choephel, 69, had recently returned to India after a trip to the US, and died after his health rapidly failed.
Activist raises questions about Tibetan cadre who was ‘overworked’ to death fighting COVID-19
His ill health dated back to beatings from a year in prison in 2002-3.
Critics say the charges are an excuse to arrest people for political reasons.
State media tout China’s successes in containing coronavirus.
Rallies are held outside Chinese embassies and consulates in countries around the world, with news cut off from inside Tibet.
Urgent political meetings and a parade of troops and armed police reflect anxiety over the stability of Beijing's rule in the formerly independent Tibet.
Tibetan refugee and welfare officials fear a crackdown by Nepal's police on observances deemed offensive to China.
Tibetans distrust official Chinese news reports, though, and look for information from outside sources considered more reliable.
Tibetan kindergartens and primary schools now teach mainly in Chinese in what a rights group calls an assault on Tibetans' cultural identity.
March is also a month of politically sensitive anniversaries, pointing to possible Chinese security concerns.
Already pressing for access to Xinjiang, where China is holding over a million Uyghurs in internment camps, Michelle Bachelet should also insist on access to Tibet, ICT says.
No new coronavirus infections have been reported in the regional capital in almost a month, though the number of cases in Tawu still climbs.
A Chinese consulate-sponsored exhibit showing supposed social advances in Tibet has now been removed from a library in Queens, and will not be circulated to other branches.
Confirmed cases have now been moved to Sichuan's Dartsedo county for medical treatment, local sources say.
Around 370 people have meanwhile been quarantined for observation in Tawu facilities described by one source as 'makeshift' and 'poor.'
Most Tawu infections have been found among members of three families, state media and other sources say.
A source said the woman took her own life because she could not bear life in detention.
Refugees fleeing China's rule in Tibet may now be sent back, with long-time Tibetan residents of Nepal subject to possible future extradition for 'political offenses.'
State TV said a Tibetan nurse volunteered to go to Wuhan, but her relatives say she was ordered.
Of particular concern are persons coming in from outside areas and local residents hiding visitors who have not reported themselves for medical checks.
Netizens must create a 'clean and harmonious cyberspace,' warn public security officials in Tibet's Chamdo prefecture.
Meanwhile, three cases of infection have been confirmed in the Kanlho Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture in Gansu, health officials say.
Residents say screening measures at points of entry are not enough.
Hospitals in the region ask for donations of medical supplies.
Travel between Lhasa and other areas remains blocked, with health officials stationed along major roads to screen travelers for signs of infection.
'Patient Zhang' arrived in Lhasa by train on Jan. 24 and was admitted to a hospital next day for treatment and tests.
Gansu, Qinghai, Sichuan and Yunnan all report positive tests as infection spreads.