China Scraps ‘Circuit Breaker’ Flight Cancellation Rules

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BANGKOK—The Chinese government has dropped its so-called “circuit breaker” policy that saw flights suspended should the number of arriving passengers testing positive for the coronavirus cross a certain threshold. Under the circuit breaker rule, flights were suspended for one week should 4% of the...

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