Beijing to ban drones later this month during Two Sessions

With Chinas postponed parliamentary sessions finally set to take place this month, Beijing will once place restrictions upon the skies.
Flying drones in the Chinese capital will be banned from May 20 to 28 as the countrys annual political extravaganza known as the Two Sessions is held.
Typically, the meetings of the National Peoples Congress (NPC) and the Chinese Peoples Political Consultative Congress (CPPCC) take place each March but were postponed this year because of the coronavirus outbreak.
The flying ban will apply to all low, slow, and small aerial vehicles as well as balloons.
In the past, Beijing has also banned pigeon flying during politically sensitive times and even checked the birds anuses for suspicious objects.



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