China has eased quarantine regulations for travelers entering the country from abroad as part of a pilot program in several cities. The quarantine for travelers from foreign countries abroad has been shortened from 14 to 10 days, Caixin reported, citing government documents from the State Council. After 10 days, individuals then must spend another week under observation at home. Within these 17 days, six PCR and six antigen tests are required.
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