Coronavirus: China strives to bring back truck drivers as port logjam persists
The Zhejiang government says the box congestion has seriously affected foreign trade and port operations in the province. It aims to bring 3,000 container truck drivers back on the roads by February 23, and to double that tally by the end of the month
As part of a set of measures designed to clear the logjam of goods piling up at Chinese ports, a compulsory 14-day quarantine period will be removed for non-local drivers from regions deemed to have low virus risks, according to a government document
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