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Announcement of the Civil Aviation Administration, the General Administration of Customs, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on the boarding of passengers on flights to China with a negative certificate of the new coronavirus nucleic acid test

In order to ensure the health and safety of international travel and reduce the risk of cross-border spread of the epidemic, passengers on flights coming to China will be boarded with a negative certificate of the new coronavirus nucleic acid test. The arrangement is as follows:

1. Chinese and foreign passengers on flights to China shall complete nucleic acid testing within 5 days before boarding. Testing should be carried out in institutions designated or approved by Chinese embassies abroad.

2. Chinese passengers take photos and upload the negative nucleic acid test certificate through the international version of the epidemic prevention health code mini program.

3. Passengers of foreign nationality shall apply to the Chinese Embassy or Consulate for a declaration of health status with a negative nucleic acid test certificate.

4. Relevant airlines are responsible for checking the health code status and health status statement before boarding. Passengers who do not meet the relevant requirements cannot board the aircraft. All airlines should strictly perform inspection procedures.

5. Passengers who provide false certificates and information shall bear corresponding legal liabilities.

6. The Chinese Embassy will carefully evaluate the nucleic acid testing capabilities of the host country and issue specific implementation measures when conditions are met.

Special announcement.

Civil Aviation Administration

General Administration of Customs

Ministry of Foreign Affairs

July 20, 2020

http://www.caac.gov.cn/XXGK/XXGK/TZTG/202007/t20200721_203688.html


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