Authorities in mainland China’s Guangdong province – neighbouring Macau – have eased travel-related restrictions for outbound travellers. The move comes as the number of places in the country labelled as either ‘mid’ or ‘high risk’ for Covid-19 infection continues to dwindle.
Guangdong’s Department of Culture and Tourism announced that travel agencies operating in the province – including online travel agencies – have been allowed to resume sales of “flight plus hotel stay” packages, and of tour packages, for travel to other Chinese provinces. The measure was enacted on August 24.
Travel agencies cannot however sell packages for destinations still in the list of mid- or high-risk places for Covid-19, according to the department’s announcement.
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