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China-Myanmar border city adjusts travel policy, offers subsidy amid latest flare-up

10/28/2021| 2:45:41 PM|

The response came after the previous policy sparked concerns.

China-Myanmar border city Ruili responded to public concerns over the policy of leaving Ruili and the improper management at quarantine places, reporting what the local government has recently done in COVID-19 prevention and border control. 

Ruili in Southwest China's Yunnan Province updated the city-leaving policy at the press briefing on Tuesday. Dividing the whole city into three areas: red (high risk), yellow (middle risk) and green (low risk), Ruili said people in the green and yellow areas, if not for illness, bereavement and official business factors, can leave the city after respectively a 7-day and a 14-day self-funded quarantine. 

For people who have already been sent into quarantine places, those suspected of infection risk and those regarded as close contacts are allowed to apply for leaving Ruili after respectively a 14-day and a 21-day self-funded quarantine.  

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