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The Chinese capital, Beijing has lately announced that their international air transport which was restricted, is now relaxed and will resume active service from 3rd September. The pause sustained a long period of 6 months and this relaxation will be a fortune to resume the country’s commercial tasks.
International Air transport to resume in Beijing
The international flights which connects Thailand, Cambodia and Pakistan; and the flight which connects Austria and other nearby countries will be gradually started said an official report released on Wednesday. And according to the report the service will resume by 3rd of September.
The country has no recorded cases for the last 26 days. Also, the regular protocol for foreign passengers to maintain self-quarantine for 14 days is still under motion. This also includes the two time health check and other rules issued by the local sanitary bodies.
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