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On June 9, the Civil Aviation Administration of China announced the suspension of Air China’s Flight CA910 from Moscow to Nanjing for two weeks starting June 14.
On May 29, five passengers on that flight tested positive for the novel coronavirus.
The Air China’s Flights entering the country before June 14 on the above-mentioned route can continue.
If a flight triggers the circuit breaker mechanism during the period before June 14, it will result in an increase in suspension time.
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