Covid-free certificate needed for inbound travellers from Ruili border

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Lorries Laden with cargoes are seen at the China's Ruili border crossing.

The Chinese Embassy in Myanmar announced that inbound people from the Ruili border do not need to show a health code, but are required only to show Covid-19 negative test result certificate taken within 48 hours.
The inbound truck drivers can enter the country by notifying the information about drivers and vehicles to the Customs Department in advance, according to the statement.
China implements the level “B” management and control of the COVID-19 cases and there will no longer be Covid-19 rules and regulations for inbound people and goods, said the statement.
The traffic crossing resumed at the Ruili crossing of the China-Myanmar border, the Hokho Nanxi River post of the China-Viet Nam border and the Mohan crossing of the China-Laos border on 8 January.—TWA/MKKS

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