china visa: China will resume issuing various categories of visas to foreign nationals from March 15. The country will open its borders after a gap of three years. The Chinese embassy in the United States said on Monday that China would start re-issuing different categories of visas to foreigners from March 15. The country is starting to reopen its borders after three years of COVID-19 containment measures.
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China will also lift visa restrictions for various destinations, including cruise ships passing through Hainan Island and Shanghai Port, the embassy said in a statement. Visa-free entry to Guangdong for foreigners from Hong Kong and Macao will also be resumed, the embassy said.
China ended its zero-COVID-19 policy in December and opened its borders a month later. Now the country has seen a sharp increase in travel in the last two months. The country’s leaders recently signaled victory over the COVID-19 surge that has gripped the country for months.
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