En De
Total doses
given
3.4B
People fully
vaccinated
1.3B
% Fully
vaccinated
89.22%
Pre-travel testing (vaccinated):
Pre-travel testing (unvaccinated):
Test on arrival (vaccinated):
Test on arrival (unvaccinated):

Crossing Rules:

Masks: Mask is required in all public indoor, public transport and all outdoor areas

COVID-19 test: PCR or nucleic acid test is required

Passenger Locator Form: Not required

Health form: Not required

Permission: Passengers must register online to obtain a ‘green health code’ or QR code and complete a Health Declaration Form prior to arrival

18.11.2022

Mask requirements

  • All passengers must wear a mask in the airport and during their flight to China.

Entry restrictions

  • Passengers are not permitted to enter or transit China using visas issued by China prior to 28th March 2020.
    • This does not apply to passengers holding a diplomatic visa or a C visa.

  • Passengers holding a valid Foreign Permanent Resident ID Card issued by China are permitted to enter China.
  • Passengers holding a residence permit issued by China for study ('学习') or journalist ('记者') purpose are required to obtain an additional visa before travel. This does not apply to passengers holding a valid residence permit issued by China for work ('工作'), reunion ('团聚') or private (' 私人事务') purpose.
  • The visa exemption for passengers holding ordinary passports issued by Japan, Brunei or Singapore, or APEC Business Travel Cards, passengers travelling on the 24, 72, or 144-hour transit without visa program, and passengers travelling to Guilin or Hainan with a tour group has been suspended.

Form requirements

  • All passengers must complete the "Health Declaration Form" here on entry and exit from China. The form will only be valid for 24 hours starting from being completed.
  • Passengers entering China through Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport (HGH) are not permitted to enter unless they are holding a QR code confirming that they have registered online here. They are also required to complete a "Declaration Form" before boarding their flights.

Test and authorisation requirements

  • Passengers must hold a negative PCR test result tested within 48 hours prior to departure. Passengers must submit the negative result of the test to a Chinese embassy or consulate, and must also obtain either a green health code with an “HS” mark using the international version of the health QR code mini program on WeChat (for Chinese nationals only), or a QR code with an "HDC" mark online.
    • Passengers travelling to China via connecting flights may take the test in their country of departure or in their country of transit, provided the test is taken within 48 hours before boarding their last flight to China.  
  • Passengers travelling from Taiwan must hold a negative RT-PCR test result tested within 48 hours prior to departure. The test must have been carried out in a medical facility located in Taiwan. The test result must specify the CT value being greater than or equal to 35 (CT value ≧ 35).
    • Passengers aged 2 years and older travelling from China to Taiwan must hold a negative PCR test result tested within 48 hours prior to departure. 
  • Passengers must ensure that they have checked the information on the website of the Chinese embassy or consulate in their place of departure.

Quarantine requirements

  • All passengers must undergo 5 days centralised quarantine followed by 3 days of home-self-monitoring quarantine.

Exit restrictions

  • Passengers departing Guangzhou must hold a negative nucleic acid test obtained within 72 hours prior to departure and must show their 'Green Health Code' on departure.
  • Chinese nationals are only permitted to depart China for education, employment, or business purposes that cannot be postponed and have been confirmed as necessary.

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