• Guangzhou announces new measures to control COVID-19

    19 days ago - By China Travel & Tourism News

    Haizhu district, the epicenter of this round of COVID-19 outbreak in Guangzhou, Guangdong province, has further strengthened its prevention and control measures starting Friday. According to the new measures that will last until the end of Sunday, all the residents in the district are required to stay at home unless absolutely necessary to limit the flow of people. Only one person from each household is allowed to go out for shopping each day, said a statement released by the district government on Friday. All public transport services, including bus, metro, taxi and online car hailing...
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  • China won't relax COVID policies but will keep improving them - govt expert

    China won't relax COVID policies but will keep improving them - govt expert

    19 days ago - By China Travel & Tourism News

    China will not relax its COVID-19 measures but will keep improving them according to the changing epidemic situation and mutation of the virus and will be more scientifically accurate in their implementation, a disease expert said. China is very cautious in every adjustment it makes in its COVID policies, the National Health Commission said in a statement on Friday, citing Wang Liping, a researcher from the China Center for Disease Control and Prevention. In its first meeting since being formed last month after the ruling Communist Party's twice-a-decade congress, the Politburo Standing...
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  • Factbox: China COVID policy: How the measures have changed

    Factbox: China COVID policy: How the measures have changed

    19 days ago - By China Travel & Tourism News

    China's National Health Commission on Friday adjusted its COVID-19 prevention and control protocols. Below are the 20 adjusted measures announced - affecting travel, quarantine, lockdowns on businesses and testing as well as other aspects of policy: - Quarantine of inbound travelers was shortened to five days at a centralized location plus three days of isolation at home, from seven days centralized quarantine and three days of health monitoring at home. - Suspension of international flight routes due to the detection of infected passengers was abolished. For inbound travelers, the...
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