Breaking News: China multiple cities ending Zero-COVID Policy

Guangzhou city is the first local government in China to announce that the COVID control policy is ending by sending an obvious signal that officers from the information office of Guangzhou government taking off masks together in the press conference. 

After that, Beijing, Shanghai, Hangzhou, and many more cities declared they will stop social nucleic acid testing and stop checking certificates for nucleic acid.

As the article is publishing, Shanghai and Zhejiang province including 11 cities like Yiwu, Hangzhou, Ningbo etc. have formally announced that: There is no longer a requirement for nucleic acid testing in public areas or on public transportation.

No nucleic acid test certificates will be examined beginning at 0:00 on December 5 when using public transportation in the city, including rail transit, ground buses, and ferries. This also applies to outdoor public spaces including parks and scenic areas. But in order to protect unique populations, unique locations including nursing homes, welfare homes, primary and secondary schools, and kindergartens are still required to do nucleic acid testing.

Most Chinese people won’t need the nucleic acid code SOON!!

It is expected that China’s economic growth will pick up again once the ended Zero-COVID Policy, companies will begin diverse productions in an organized fashion, foreign airlines will open normally, traffic will return to normal, and the true post-epidemic era will soon arrive.

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