China Stockpiles Antivirals, Scraps Quarantine To Further Reopen Borders
Three months' supply to be stockpiled, cover 15-20% population
Incoming visitors won't be required to be centrally quarantined in designated facilities starting 8 January while the national health authority also calls to stockpile three months supply of antivirals to tackle acute shortages across the nation.
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