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Multiple cities ease requirements for COVID-19 testing
Multiple cities ease requirements for COVID-19 testing, as residents start to stockpile self-test kits
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At least 10 major Chinese cities have announced the ending of requirements for the checking of 48-hour valid COVID-19 test results for riding public transport. Some cities have also ended testing requirements for entering public venues as many localities continued to optimize their epidemic responses over the weekend.

Cities adjusting policies include Chengdu, Tianjin, Dalian, Shijiazhuang and Shenzhen.

Shenzhen, the technology and manufacturing hub in South China's Guangdong Province, issued a statement early Saturday, confirming that residents will no longer need to provide nucleic acid test certificates when entering public places such as pharmacies, parks, and outdoor tourist attractions, as well as taking public transports, but will still need to scan a venue code to check in, and show their green health code. Residents will still need to show nucleic acid test results when visiting farmer's markets.

The megacity Guangzhou has also lifted a number of restrictions, including ending test result requirements for pharmacies.

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