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The Home Office has announced that it will lift its COVID-19 testing requirements for those traveling from mainland China.
BAL Analysis: The Home Office implemented the testing measures in January amid a surge in COVID-19 cases in China. The government said that COVID-19 has returned to a normal level in China and adjusted its response to the COVID-19 virus as needed.
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