Medical staff check people’s temperature as they enter Beijing’s international airport on November 5, 2020. Photo: Reuters Medical staff check people’s temperature as they enter Beijing’s international airport on November 5, 2020. Photo: Reuters
Medical staff check people’s temperature as they enter Beijing’s international airport on November 5, 2020. Photo: Reuters
Ker Gibbs
Opinion

Opinion

Ker Gibbs

Coronavirus pandemic: how the US and China can work together to ease travel restrictions

  • The two countries have the most to gain from ending travel restrictions, but rising international tensions have limited any serious efforts at cooperation
  • Finding a way to restart international travel will allow the two sides to begin working together and reduce the economic and human costs of the pandemic

Medical staff check people’s temperature as they enter Beijing’s international airport on November 5, 2020. Photo: Reuters Medical staff check people’s temperature as they enter Beijing’s international airport on November 5, 2020. Photo: Reuters
Medical staff check people’s temperature as they enter Beijing’s international airport on November 5, 2020. Photo: Reuters
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Ker Gibbs

Ker Gibbs

Ker Gibbs is president of the American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai.