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U.S., China to each allow 4 weekly flights for airlines; Delta to fly next week

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By David Shepardson and Tracy Rucinski

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I thought Chinese from China were ban, I guess it was one of Trump lies, even though I have nothing against Chinese travel to America

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Here come the second, third, fourth+ waves of COVID-19 for both countries!

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How unbelievably stupid. Another outbreak in Beijing has recently been detected and the U.S. is stupid to allow such risks of further spreading the virus. This will make U.S.A. just as responsible as China if the virus spreads further as a result.

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Why on earth is China allowing flights from US? China has got the pandemic under control, but the US is a hotbed of infections, with no end in sight, and an increasing rate of new cases.

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Here come the second, third, fourth+ waves of COVID-19 for both countries!

yep

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I am so looking forward to the end of Trump's insanity, and the return of sanity to the relations between the US and China. Seven more months until January 20, 2021, and the swearing in of Biden.

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I am so looking forward to the end of Trump's insanity, and the return of sanity to the relations between the US and China.

Yes, we need to get back to where we were with China, taking it up the rear end and having them overtake us economically and militarily.

Seven more months until January 20, 2021, and the swearing in of Biden.

Be sure to have plenty of tissues on hand Nov.4.

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This actually just goes to show what a political sideshow Trumps spat with China really is. Neither of them can function without each other but Trumps flock are just lapping up the bs rhetoric he's feeding them, all for his own image.

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