Beijing and Shanghai have cleared Covid-19 cases for the first time in four months.
China's capital and main financial hub contained the virus after a fierce struggle that resulted in millions of people in lockdowns, repeated mass tests and restrictions on daily life that have had a severe impact on every aspect of society and the economy. .
On Monday, the two cities did not report new infections for the first time since February 19, the National Health Commission reported, noting that 22 local infections in all have been ascertained in the country, of which one confirmed and 21 asymptomatic.
China also announced the halving of the mandatory quarantine period, from 3 weeks to 10 days, for international visitors to the