CECC removes "high risk" countries' designation
The Central Epidemic Control Center (CECC) is clearing its list of “high-risk” countries.
Starting on Saturday, India, the United Kingdom, and Myanmar will be removed from the current list of countries that are considered to have serious outbreaks of Covid-19.
After that, no countries will be on the list, so incoming travellers from all countries will be able to stay at quarantine hotels, instead of being required to go to government quarantine centres.
Travellers will still be required to provide proof of a negative Covid-19 test taken within three days of their flight.
The CECC notes that if emerging strains of coronavirus start to spread quickly, countries could be added to the high-risk list once again.