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Nov 16, 2022 08:05 PM
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China Eases Some Restrictions on Travel Agencies’ Cross-Province Services

A tour group visits Wuzhizhou Island in Sanya, Hainan on July 16. Photo: VCG
A tour group visits Wuzhizhou Island in Sanya, Hainan on July 16. Photo: VCG

China has eased some restrictions on the domestic tourism industry after policymakers tweaked the country’s “zero-Covid” policy.

The Ministry of Culture and Tourism abolished the “circuit breaker” system that prohibited travel agencies from organizing cross-region tours to a destination where any county or district had areas designated “middle-risk” or “high-risk” for Covid, according to a Tuesday statement.

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