4 charts showing COVID-19's impact on Chinese New Year travel

Train station are much quieter than usual. Image: REUTERS/Thomas Peter

Tony Munroe

Journalist, Reuters

Muyu Xu

Journalist, Reuters


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2021 has seen a significant drop in China's domestic travel compared to 2019. Image: Reuters
Many people are likely to stay at home this year for the celebration. Image: Reuters
Metro passenger flow in Beijing has fallen. Image: Reuters
Less passengers in Shanghai were using the metro approaching Chinese New Year. Image: Reuters

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