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China’s Covid-hit travel market shows signs of recovery as Mid-Autumn Festival bookings surge

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Chinese are showing renewed enthusiasm to travel over the upcoming Mid-Autumn Festival holiday, with tour bookings surging as restrictions on interprovincial movement begin to be lifted following containment of recent coronavirus outbreaks, data from Trip.com shows.The rise in bookings is expected to reinvigorate China’s domestic travel market, which was disrupted again over summer by new Delta variant clusters that resulted in lockdowns and transport restrictions across the country.However,…

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Chinese are showing renewed enthusiasm to travel over the upcoming Mid-Autumn Festival holiday, with tour bookings surging as restrictions on interprovincial movement begin to be lifted following containment of recent coronavirus outbreaks, data from Trip.com shows.The rise in bookings is expected to reinvigorate China’s domestic travel market, which was disrupted again over summer by new Delta variant clusters that resulted in lockdowns and transport restrictions across the country.However,…
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