China is considering lowering visa hurdles for travelers once a high “immunity level” is reached in its own population, Reuters news agency reports. Currently, no exemptions are made for vaccinated people in testing and isolation measures, the vice director of China’s Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Feng Zijian, said, according to Reuters. However, they were following developments around an international vaccination certificate. According to Reuters, Beijing was considering differentiated policies for visa issuance, flights, and inspections of those entering the country, based on progress in vaccinations with COVID vaccines and the COVID-19 situation in different countries of origin.
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