Travel Ban Partly Lifted

Today, the national travel administration lifted the travel ban within China. It is very good news for travel agencies. Now, travel in provinces not in the WHO’s travel advisory list is allowed. After Guangzhou and Hongkong was removed from the list, Beijing, Tianjing, Shaanxi, Hebei and Inner Mongolia are still regarded as SARS affected area.

Changes in the vistors of this site

Another change also happens. Before March, lots of visitor comes to my site when search for Pudong airport. My site was listed as #1 in the search result.

In April, seldom can I see anyone is searching for Pudong airport, since most of the trip were canceled. On the contray, most visitors come when searching for “SARS Shanghai” or “SARS Pictures

Now, the good news, the trend to search for Pudong airport raises dramatically again while SARS searcher descreased even faster. It is insteresting that all the metrics are related to each other.

6 thoughts on “Travel Ban Partly Lifted

  1. So, you’re saying it is safe to go Shanghai? If I am going to Shanghai from State, will I have a quarantin for 2 weeks?I can’t wait to go there!

  2. One more question: I heard that “Holiday” is closed because of the SARS. Is this true? Hope it’s just a rumor.

    P.S. Are there any “fun place” closed? Like bar,KTV or whatever?

  3. Well, Shanghai is the best city I know. The city has won another battle to pretect itself away from SARS. I am so glad the city is safe, I am also so glad that all my friends and families in Shanghai are safe. ^_^ best wishes for everybody!!!!

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