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Beijing’s airport began receiving flights for the first time since the pandemic began

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China has partially relaxed its border regime, which, however, remains the toughest in the world.

Beijing Daxing International Airport, the world’s largest airport, is resuming direct passenger flights from abroad for the first time in more than two years of the coronavirus pandemic. Bloomberg reported this.

This became possible after China slightly relaxed its border regime, which, however, still remains the toughest in the world.

Specifically, on July 26, VariFlight data showed 94 international flights to/from China, compared to 2,883 on the same day in 2019.

The Civil Aviation Authority of China banned direct flights to Beijing from abroad in early 2020. Since then, anyone going to the capital must first land in one of the pre-approved cities, where they will need to be quarantined before continuing.

Remember, earlier it was reported that the seafood market in the Chinese city of Wuhan is highly likely to be the center of the spread of the coronavirus.

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