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Double Security Check Started in China

Sing Tao Daily, Posted: Jul 21, 2008

SAN FRANCISCO Airports all over China started ramped up security checks Sunday to make sure the Olympics will be safe, the World Journal reports. Passengers have to go through a second security check. Security personnel will wipe all luggage and bags by test paper to spot any dangerous powder. Everyone, including those being picked up or dropped off, has to go through a security check. The boosted security check will give way to the standard check after the Olympics, on Sept. 20. According to the Sing Tao Daily, in Beijing everyone has to take a security check to get closer than three kilometers (about two miles) to any Olympic facility and media centers. People have to present ID cards to get home, if their home is located within those three kilometers.



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