The first of China’s large-scale quarantine facilities for overseas arrivals – in the southern city of Guangzhou – has more than 5,000 rooms. Photo: Xinhua The first of China’s large-scale quarantine facilities for overseas arrivals – in the southern city of Guangzhou – has more than 5,000 rooms. Photo: Xinhua
The first of China’s large-scale quarantine facilities for overseas arrivals – in the southern city of Guangzhou – has more than 5,000 rooms. Photo: Xinhua

Coronavirus: China wants permanent quarantine centres built for inbound travellers

  • City governments have been told to provide 20 rooms per 10,000 people in dedicated facilities by the end of October
  • Guangzhou is already making the shift away from using hotels with a new facility due to open with more than 5,000 rooms

Topic |   Coronavirus China
The first of China’s large-scale quarantine facilities for overseas arrivals – in the southern city of Guangzhou – has more than 5,000 rooms. Photo: Xinhua The first of China’s large-scale quarantine facilities for overseas arrivals – in the southern city of Guangzhou – has more than 5,000 rooms. Photo: Xinhua
The first of China’s large-scale quarantine facilities for overseas arrivals – in the southern city of Guangzhou – has more than 5,000 rooms. Photo: Xinhua
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