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The customs service says it has streamlined the health declaration process for those entering and leaving the country, but stressed it had not eased controls.
Heavy rains swept across parts of Sichuan, which has been suffering from a prolonged drought as a result of the worst heatwave in 6 decades.
Around 1,500 evacuated as Chongqing districts report wildfires, but municipal government says the flames have been suppressed with no casualties.
National relief response deputy commander urges local officials to treat deadly disaster as a warning on risk management.
So far, 20 people have been rescued as Datong county in Qinghai province issues level 2 alarm in response to torrential rain that began on Wednesday.
Flight uncertainties add to worries, along with new pre-departure quarantine and multiple negative test requirements.
More than 800 confirmed cases logged so far in China’s first coronavirus outbreak caused by BA. 5.1.3, a highly infectious new Omicron variant.
Guangzhou district apologises for breaking locks to enter 84 homes in search of close contacts of Covid-19 cases.
A week into her new job, He Yuxiu says she was fired after being asked by the principal if she had ever had the coronavirus. Many others in China say they have also been shunned after being infected.
A passenger on Air China flight CA1921 recorded a video of a loose fairing on the left wing and posted it on Weibo.
Chinese embassies in Russia and the Philippines say more services and airlines will start operating between the countries.
Executive meeting of the State Council told more extreme weather predicted and everything must be done to ensure ‘safety of people’s lives and property’.
A deputy district commander is dismissed from his post with the others being investigated by the local disciplinary watchdog.
More than 400 fire and rescue personnel and 47 rescue vehicles were sent to the scene of the explosion in the Lanzhou company’s sewage treatment workshop.
Bank customers whose deposits are frozen unable to join protests in Zhengzhou because their health QR codes turned red, declaring them a risk to public health.
Residents of border city have been confined to their homes for more than a month.
The trio will spend six months on the Tiangong space station and are the first drawn entirely from the batch of astronauts recruited in 2010.
Long-term consumption could improve gut health and lower the risk of developing disease caused by the sleep disorder, researchers say.
China has a zero-tolerance approach to the coronavirus and closed its borders to most international travel.