France has extended mandatory COVID-19 tests for people arriving from China until February 15, according to a government decree published Saturday, January 28, 2023.
And at a time when Chinese officials said that injuries had reached their peak, some experts in the world warned of the possibility of a rise in cases in the regions
Rural areas are less prepared to deal with infection as millions of Chinese travel to visit their families during the Lunar New Year holiday.
On December 30, France announced that it would require people arriving from China to provide proof of a negative test for COVID-19.
Provided that the test is conducted within less than 48 hours of departure, after China eased the closure rules.
The measure, which was set to last until January 31, made testing compulsory on all flights from China, including China.
In it excursions that stop briefly there. Passengers on flights from China have also been asked to wear masks.
China ended its strict “zero COVID” policy in early December after protests against the restrictions, which allowed people to travel and also the virus to spread rapidly across the country.