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China’s ‘golden week’ travel drops as zero Covid-19 approach forces consumers to stay home

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Travel during China’s “golden week” national holiday was down by a third on pre-coronavirus levels, with government measures to contain sporadic outbreaks prompting holidaymakers to spend closer to home.The number of trips taken on China’s roads on Wednesday was 34.1 per cent below levels seen in 2019, according to the transport ministry, and 2.2 per cent lower than last year.Trips taken on roads, rail and other transport networks have been consistently a third below pre-pandemic levels for…

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Travel during China’s “golden week” national holiday was down by a third on pre-coronavirus levels, with government measures to contain sporadic outbreaks prompting holidaymakers to spend closer to home.The number of trips taken on China’s roads on Wednesday was 34.1 per cent below levels seen in 2019, according to the transport ministry, and 2.2 per cent lower than last year.Trips taken on roads, rail and other transport networks have been consistently a third below pre-pandemic levels for…

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