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EU discusses Covid rules for travelers from China

The European Union will discuss Wednesday how to handle entrants from the People’s Republic of China. Representatives of the 27 member states seek a largely uniform regulation, as international travel restrictions in the second-largest economy will be lifted on Jan. 8. While Italy and France, among others, are pushing for Covid testing of arrivals from China, the German government, on the other hand, does not yet see the need for stricter controls (China.Table reported).

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