Beijing is advising against Chinese New Year trips, since the country suffers its highest numbers of Covid-19 since last summer. According to the SCMP, the central government has established a working group of 15 member units to supervise the period of travel that is generally in the greatest annual human migration on the planet.

With the holidays falling on February 12 this year, China's railway authority is hoping to see more than 400 million trips assumed between 28 From January and March 8, Sunday marked China's largest daily increase in Covid-19 infections since July, with 103 new cases, 85 of which were locally transmitted. The provinces of Northern Hebei, Liaoning and Beijing are among the affected worst.

The new working group, which is being directed by the Li Xiaopeng Transport Minister and consists of the National Railway Administration, the Administration of Civil Aviation and the Ministry of Public Security, among others, is advising To schools and companies that know on vacation. Li is also asking the narrow monitoring of the passenger flow through the spring festival and the adjustment of control measures for those traveling to high-risk domestic areas and return from abroad.

Ideally, the government would like people to stay where they live and work at this party instead of traveling throughout the country to visit the relatives. In response, some schools are extending the holidays to allow students to go and return in lots, while some companies are offering bonuses and staff subsidies to stay.

Anyone returning from abroad or a medium or high will be required that the domestic area will be presented to a COVID test and 14 days of isolation, according to the report.

Beijing  Liaoning 

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