At least 561 flights in Canada had possible coronavirus exposures since pandemic began
In March, Chinese authorities ordered all international flights to Beijing to be diverted to other airports as their first port of entry, as the capital stepped up measures to battle imported coronavirus infections.
The Civil Aviation Administration of China said it would reimpose such curbs if more than three passengers test positive for the coronavirus upon arrival and load factors on such flights would be strictly controlled.
The future of travel after pandemic
The Canadian government put in a travel advisory in March that said all Canadians avoid any non-essential travel outside of the country. Canada also extended its international travel restrictions to Sept. 30, banning all non-residents from entering the country as well as having a 14-day quarantine period for Canadians returning from abroad.
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