Beijing introduces “Zero Crown Policy” to reduce the chances of infection for the duration of the Winter Olympics.

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To prevent the spread of the corona virus, Beijing authorities have asked the public not to help if they see a traffic accident involving participants in the February Winter Olympics.

“Please keep a safe distance and avoid contact with the vehicle and its occupants,” the state transport bureau said in a statement. They insist that professional help is definitely waiting in the event of an accident on the Olympic vehicle.

The Winter Olympics, which take place from February 4 to 20, will take place in the bubble, and participants will only be allowed to stay and travel between specific locations. China follows the so-called zero-crown policy and is committed to avoiding allowing Olympic participants from around the world to meet Beijing residents.


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