China slightly eases COVID test rules for travellers from U.K


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BEIJING (Reuters) – China removed on Thursday some COVID-19 test requirements for people flying in from Britain, part of changes to its draconian virus rules to better cope with a pandemic driven by the Omicron variant of the coronavirus. Travellers from Britain will no longer need to take a PCR test seven days before flying, and a requirements for an antibody test has also been scrapped, China’s embassy in Britain said in a statement. However, travellers from Britain will still need to do two PCR tests within 48 hours of the departure of their flight to China, and a pre-flight...