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Dec 08, 2022 08:42 PM
CHINA

Chinese Cities Continue Shift From ‘Zero-Covid’

A man removes an inspection checkpoint display at the railway station at Wenling, Zhejiang, on Dec. 5. Photo: VCG
A man removes an inspection checkpoint display at the railway station at Wenling, Zhejiang, on Dec. 5. Photo: VCG

Major cities across China including Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, have further eased local Covid-19 restrictions on travel and quarantine after the country announced sweeping changes to its virus control regime.

Starting Thursday, people entering Shanghai or Nanjing no longer need to take a Covid test on arrival or be tested daily during the following three days, according to statements issued by local authorities. The strict measures discouraging travel had been widely implemented in China since September.

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