Updates for inbound flights to China:
The Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) announced today that China now requires negative COVID-19 test for arriving air passengers. Negative test results must be presented prior to boarding...
"Nucleic acid tests must be completed within five days of embarkation."
Moreover, "tests should be conducted at facilities designated or recognized by Chinese embassies in host countries."
Alibaba’s Hema/盒马/Freshippo supermarket chain in Shanghai (50 store locations) will start selling Beyond Meat’s plant-based burger patties this Saturday. To be sold in 48 more Hema locations in Beijing and Hangzhou by September. If test test markets do well, hopefully they will arrive in Kunming in the near future.
Given discovery of new strains of swine flu, alternative meat products may bode well.
You're right, rules keep changing.
"The United States and China will each allow four weekly flights between the two countries, the U.S. Transportation Department said on Monday, easing a standoff on travel restrictions in the midst of the novel coronavirus pandemic...
Following China's agreement to allow four U.S. flights total, Delta said it would operate two flights to Shanghai from Seattle next week and once weekly flights from Seattle and Detroit beginning in July, all via Seoul.
United said it was aiming to re-launch service to China in the weeks ahead."
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