Strict checks for trucks at Laos' Boten Checkpoint before going into China

VIENTIANE (Vientiane Times/ANN): Laos trucks attempting to tranport goods into China are not being allowed to cross at the Boten International Checkpoint in Luang Namtha province.

This is being done to check the spread of the dreaded coronavirus. Goods are being carried into China on Chinese trucks.

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