It might be tough to imagine traveling again, but it is happening slowly in China.
The Chinese national health commission has been reporting, on average, a handful of COVID-19 infections and over a dozen asymptomatic cases a day for the last two weeks.
The country’s borders remain shut to foreigners even if they have a valid work visa, but in theory people can travel freely within the country.
During the recent labor holiday, tourism revenue dropped by 60% to 47.6 billion yuan ($6.7 billion) from May 1 to May 5 compared to last year. The number of trips made during the same period dropped 41% to 115 million.