A checkpoint on Inner Mongolia’s border with Russia. The Chinese region has now implemented stricter controls of arrivals from abroad. Photo: Xinhua

Coronavirus: Inner Mongolia tightens quarantine rules as fears of second wave of cases grows

  • International arrivals to the vast northern region will be forced to spend 28 days in quarantine
  • Fears of new clusters of Covid-19 cases heightened after 87 cases in northeastern city of Harbin were traced to a student returning from the US
Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A checkpoint on Inner Mongolia’s border with Russia. The Chinese region has now implemented stricter controls of arrivals from abroad. Photo: Xinhua
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