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Covid in Hainan: tourists trapped

Following the detection of 129 new Covid infections on the South Sea island of Hainan on Saturday alone, authorities have cut off the provincial capital of Sanya from transport routes. Airlines are avoiding the city’s airport, and railway companies are no longer selling tickets. As a result, around 80,000 tourists are stranded on the seaside paradise. Those who want to leave Sanya must now continuously prove negative tests over the next seven days. fin

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