China drops quarantine requirements for international arrivals | DW News

Chinese health authorities say they’re scrapping quarantine requirements for international arrivals beginning January 8th and require only a negative PCR test result.

For almost three yearsr now, travelers have been forced to stay at a government quarantine facility upon arrival — initially for three-weeks, later for less time. The new rules are considered a boon for business-travelers — overseas tourist and student visas are expected to remain largely suspended.

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