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Beijing softens anti-covid restrictions — AP

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Beijing's government refuted rumors of a complete opening up. Chinese capital is facing its worst-ever Covid-19 outbreak. Guangzhou has been gradually easing restrictions since the middle of the week. Shenzhen city also announced Saturday that a negative PCR result was no longer mandatory to use public transport or enter parks and tourist attractions.
Published 2 months ago · Beijing, China

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Beijing softens anti-covid restrictions — AP

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