China says COVID outbreak easing on eve of travel rush


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HOLIDAY RUSH. Passengers wait to board trains at Shanghai's Hongqiao Railway Station during the annual Spring Festival travel rush ahead of the Chinese Lunar New Year, as the COVID-19 outbreak continues, in Shanghai, China, January 18, 2023. Vice Premier Sun Chunlan, who oversees China's virus response, says that the outbreak is at a 'relatively low' level BEIJING, China – China said the worst was over in its battle against COVID-19 ahead of what is expected to be the busiest day of travel in years on Friday, January 20, a mass movement of people that has fed fears of a further...