China will resume outbound travelling to countries without restrictive measures, ABC reports

China will only resume outbound travelling to countries with no Covid-19 restrictions specifically imposed for passengers from the mainland,according to the report from ABC News.

The news media cited China’s spokesperson Wang Wenbin, saying that “authoritative medical experts” from different countries had said such restrictions were “unnecessary”.

“China will, in light of the Chinese people’s inclination for outbound travel, resume outbound tourism to countries where conditions allow,” he added.

There are more than a dozen countries imposing measures for travellers from China, which require Covid-19 test prior to the flight and some other regulations. The U.S., UK, France, India, Canada, Japan, Italy, Malaysia, Taiwan, South Korea, Morocco, Qatar and the E.U. are among countries imposing the measure on China.