Highlights: China eases border controls amid its adjusting COVID-19 measures

On January 8, China eased border controls at international airports and reopened some land checkpoints. The move is a part of the country's adjustment of its response measures related to the COVID-19 virus and its variants after a comprehensive assessment of the pandemic situation.

Join CGTN's reporters to see what's happening at the arrivals section at the Beijing Capital International Airport, Shanghai Pudong International Airport, Futian checkpoint in Shenzhen, the neighboring Hong Kong Special Administrative Region and at the border in southwest China's Ruili City, which shares a long border with Myanmar.

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