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Some Chinese Cities Remove Regular Covid-19 Testing-Herald

CHINA PRESS
MNI (Singapore)

At least nine cities near Shanghai in Yangtze Delta have stopped or suspended regular nucleic acid testing in the past two weeks, the 21st Century Business Herald reported. Shanghai’s neighboring province, Jiangsu, has completely lifted travel restrictions for people and vehicles coming from low-risk areas, with the expressway exits no longer being inspected for 48-hour nucleic acid test certificates, the newspaper said. Beijing and Shenzhen still require such certificates to enter the city, while some other cities only require the green health code and normal temperature, the newspaper added.

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At least nine cities near Shanghai in Yangtze Delta have stopped or suspended regular nucleic acid testing in the past two weeks, the 21st Century Business Herald reported. Shanghai’s neighboring province, Jiangsu, has completely lifted travel restrictions for people and vehicles coming from low-risk areas, with the expressway exits no longer being inspected for 48-hour nucleic acid test certificates, the newspaper said. Beijing and Shenzhen still require such certificates to enter the city, while some other cities only require the green health code and normal temperature, the newspaper added.