Wed. Dec 8th, 2021

Beijing city has announced that individuals who have recently visited overland ports of entry at China’s borders should avoid the nation’s capital, with national authorities concerned about COVID-19 transmission from abroad as they battle a month-long outbreak while making preparations for the Winter Olympics. People who have traveled in the previous two weeks to county-level administrative divisions with international overland ports of entry are advised not to enter the capital for non-essential purposes, Beijing Daily reported on Nov.13, citing a meeting chaired by the city’s Communist Party chief Cai Qi. Meanwhile, people who have visited county-level administrative divisions with confirmed cases, including a single infection, in the given 14-day period are banned from entering the city, the report read. Beijing residents traveling outside the city are also subjected to this requirement. Those intending to enter the city should show proof of a negative COVID test result from the previous 48 …

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