Spring Festival travel volume dropping by half from previous years
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Cui Meng is an experienced photographer covering natural disasters and crises, such as Wenchuan earthquake and Wuhan lockdown.

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, Published: 2021/2/17 18:38:23
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Editor's Note:
Responding to the government’s urge to stay put to contain COVID-19, which gained momentum before the Spring Festival, the number of trips made during the week-long lunar Chinese new year holiday this year were only half of previous years, media reports said.
Photos show the holiday-goers arriving at Beijing South Railway Station on Wednesday, the last day of China’s week-long Spring Festival holiday. Photos: Cui Meng/GT

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