China opens its borders to tourists in three years. Last Minute WORLD headlines and events


Beijing continues to lift the restrictions imposed by it because of the epidemic. China has reopened its borders, which it has kept closed to foreign visitors since March 2020.

Visitors from abroad no longer need to remain in quarantine.

However, they must show a negative test taken 48 days prior to travel.

400,000 people from Hong Kong alone are expected to travel to select cities in China in the coming weeks.

But opening borders brings with it fears of a faster spread of Covid-19.

Over the past three years, China has been one of the countries that has imposed the most stringent Covid restrictions in the world.

There were many shutdowns across the country and the public demanded constant testing. This, in turn, had a significant negative impact on the country’s economy.

The government backtracked on its zero Covid policy following protests against Covid restrictions across the country after 10 people died in a building fire in Xinjiang.

Many Chinese have stated that they believe the loss of life in the building was high due to Covid restrictions.

There have been reports that hospitals and crematoria have been overwhelmed since China abandoned its zero-spread COVID policy.

The government, on the other hand, has stopped publishing the number of cases.

Only two people are recorded to have died on Saturday due to Covid.

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