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US considers imposing new Covid-prevention rules for travelers from China




  • The United States is considering imposing new COVID-19 measures for people traveling from China.
  • Bloomberg News reported on Tuesday that the U.S. is concerned about the recent surge of cases in China.
  • China has not been transparent about the Covid cases in the country, raising questions form other countries.

The U.S. government is considering new Covid precautions for people traveling from China following the recent surge of cases in the Asian country, Bloomberg reported. According to officials, the administration is concerned about the outbreak in China, raising questions about the country’s transparency of data and reporting about the spread of the virus.

In Japan, a negative Covid-19 test is now required from travelers from China upon arrival at the airport. Malaysia has sorted to implement new tracking and surveillance measures. Officials said the U.S. is considering similar measures as a way to prevent global spread. 

Discontent with Covid Zero sparked protests in China, leading authorities to move rapidly toward ending those policies and three years of self-isolation from the rest of the world. Yet the speed of those changes has seen infections surge. 

China has announced it will no longer subject inbound travelers to quarantine starting Jan. 8. People arriving in China will only be required to obtain negative test results within 48 hours of departure, the country’s National Health Commission said in a Monday statement.

At the same time, China is experiencing the world’s largest Covid-19 outbreak, raising concerns among public-health officials worldwide. Almost 37 million people may have been infected with the virus on a single day last week, according to estimates from the government’s top health authority. 

US officials said they were considering new travel precautions based on consultations with public health experts and international partners. They said the talks have been prompted in part by concerns over the lack of genomic sequencing data that could help identify the emergence of a new variant. 

Health experts are concerned that the virus’s uncontrolled spread could spawn a deadly new variant for the first time since the omicron strain caused infections to surge from late last year until early this year.

China’s Center for Disease Control and Prevention told the People’s Daily in a Tuesday interview that it will reduce Covid case reporting from daily to monthly.

Source: Bloomberg



  1. CharlieSeattle

    December 30, 2022 at 6:38 pm

    WTF??? … “”considering”” imposing new COVID-19 measures for people traveling from China?

    …………………………….Ya, debate that for 6 months will’ya you cowards!

  2. CPO Bill

    December 30, 2022 at 6:41 pm


  3. Armond

    December 30, 2022 at 6:42 pm

    No one from china should be allowed in to our Country Period . Must test negative over a two week period

  4. Joseph McCann

    December 30, 2022 at 7:00 pm

    When Trump tried that the left called him racist and xenophobic. I guess it’s ok now though. Gotta love the hypocrisy.

  5. Naday

    December 30, 2022 at 7:14 pm

    Yaa yaa yaa blaa bla bla. And the criminals in our government continue to talk talk talk….and continue to allow anyone from anywhere bringing anything into our country by storming our borders. What BS hypocracy!!! Get someone with serious interest in doing good for our American citizens back into running our country. Before we loose everything our solders and security forces have suffered loss and died for.

  6. Richard

    December 30, 2022 at 10:51 pm

    But it was evil and xenophobic when Trump did it

  7. ox

    December 31, 2022 at 9:24 am

    Why not just stop all flights from Communist China altogether? When Trump stopped the flights, the liberal commie Democrats called Trump a racist. Racist Lying Corrupt Quid Pro KING Joe gets called nothing. Corrupt Quid Pro won’t stop the flights, Corrupt Quid Pro is beholden and owned by President Xi.

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