Travellers will now have to spend seven days in a government-run facility, plus three days in home isolation.
China has reduced quarantine time for overseas arrivals, in the first step towards easing its Covid
-19 border restrictions.
People arriving in mainland China will now have to spend seven days at a government-run quarantine facility, followed by another three days in home isolation, according to new guidelines released by the National Health Commission on Tuesday.
Previously the requirement was 14 days in quarantine and seven days in home isolation.