After China spent the last few months getting the coronavirus under control, hundreds of millions of people there are expected to be on the move in the next few days as the country celebrates the National Day holiday.
The eight-day Mid-Autumn Festival break is China’s first major holiday since its peak of the Covid-19 crisis, and it will be a tense test of just how secure the country’s pandemic response is.
Meanwhile, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has extended the no-sail order for cruise ships through October 31.
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The CDC said recent outbreaks on cruise ships prove the vessels could be used to “transmit and amplify” the spread of the disease. More than 1 million people have died of the coronavirus worldwide, and the US death toll now stands at more than 206,900.
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