Important Updates on COVID-19 Prevention and Restriction Policies at Chinese Mainland Ports
On December 26th, 2022, the National Health Commission of the P.R.C. issued the Overall Plan on Managing the Novel Coronavirus Infection with Measures against Class B Infectious Diseases. In accordance with the Overall Plan, starting from January 8th, 2023, China will downgrade management of COVID-19 from a Class A infectious disease to Class B.
For the full update, the circular from the Club's correspondent Huatai is available for download below.
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