China to make ‘dynamic adjustments’ to zero-Covid, top envoy tells US business group

China will continue to make “dynamic adjustments” to its zero-Covid policy to smooth commercial exchanges with the United States, Beijing’s top envoy to Washington told the American business community on Tuesday. Qin made the comments at an event in Washington hosted by the US-China Business Council. Speaking to an audience of over 300, he argued that “China has realized a good balance between protecting the people and restoring the economy.” “On the basis of science-based and targeted control measures, we will continue to make dynamic adjustments to facilitate business and personal exchanges,” he said. On Wednesday, the Chinese government announced a 10-point package to roll back some of the country’s most draconian anti-coronavirus measures in a step closer to reopening.