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[Travel News]: China studying international travel policies for inoculated groups

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China said its four COVID-19 vaccines can meet the combined demand of domestic inoculation, foreign aid and exports.

China has been paying close attention to policies and measures taken by various countries after vaccination, and is studying the policy of international travel for inoculated groups, according to Li Bin, a deputy head of China’s National Health Commission. 

“We are actively studying a policy on vaccine passports, which is currently undergoing adjustments and improvements. We will publicize detailed rules once the policy has been approved by the relevant epidemic prevention and control departments,” said Li during a press briefing on COVID-19 vaccines on Monday. 

“By taking such measures, we aim to further promote COVID-19 inoculation and boost international people-to-people exchanges,” Li added.  

As of Sunday, 64.98 million COVID-19 vaccine doses have been administered in China in an orderly manner. 

The production of four COVID-19 vaccines developed by Chinese companies can meet the combined demand of domestic inoculation, foreign aid and exports, said an official from the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology.

The World Health Organization (WHO) on March 8 once again expressed practical and ethical concerns over using vaccination passports as a certificate for international travel, while China on the same day launched its version of a health code for people traveling abroad.

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