BEIJING - China will manage COVID-19 with measures against Class B infectious diseases, instead of Class A infectious diseases, in a major shift of its epidemic response policies.
Seniors and people identified as being at higher risk from COVID-19 are now eligible for a second vaccine booster shot, according to a notice issued on Wednesday.
This is the guidance on home quarantine for COVID-infected people.
Authorities on Thursday issued a guideline to help COVID-19 patients who exhibit mild symptoms such as fever and cough recover at home.
These are the things you should know about China's latest COVID-19 measures.
To enhance the effectiveness of COVID-19 control and prevention, we ask for the cooperation from residents and relevant entities to ensure the strict and rigorous implementation of the following COVID-19 control and prevention measures:
On Sept 28, the Affiliated Women and Children's Hospital of Guangzhou Medical University was put into operation.
The Joint Prevention and Control Mechanism of the State Council has recently issued a notice calling for further efforts to promote the mutual recognition of nucleic acid test results across the nation, so as to facilitate the travel of people.
According to a notice issued by Guangdong Medical Products Administation recently, residents do not need real-name registration any more to buy four categories of medicines, including antipyretics, antitussives, antivirals, and antibiotics both online and offline during regular epidemic prevention and control.