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Even stricter Covid regulations in Beijing

China’s capital is increasing covid regulations for people entering the country from China and overseas. Domestic flights from Corona risk areas have been canceled or greatly reduced. Currently, China has classified more than a hundred cities as risk areas. Since Wednesday, all visitors to Beijing must now provide proof of a negative Covid test no older than 48 hours. In addition, all those who come into work-related contact with frozen imports in Beijing must now be tested for COVID-19 several times a week. This affects around 30,000 people. China had already identified frozen imports as a possible carrier of the virus back in the summer of 2020 and is still sticking to this theory.

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