China Tightens Entry Rules for International Travelers!


Shanghai officials said at a press conference on March 4 that all people who have lived or traveled in hard-hit countries such as South Korea, Italy, Iran and Japan in the 14 days prior to their arrival in Shanghai must undergo a 14-day quarantine at home or in designated places for medical observation.

Shanghai Customs has updated its health declaration card, which passengers need to fill in before entering the country. The new card includes items such as occupation, entry and exit port, contacts in China, address in the coming two weeks, and countries and regions traveled to in the past two weeks.

Passengers are also asked to report if two persons or more in their family or workplace have a fever or other symptoms, and whether they have taken an antipyretic or cold medicine in the past three days.

Dalian, Liaoning

According to new requirements released by the epidemic prevention and control office of Dalian, Liaoning province, foreign nationals and Chinese travelers who fly into Dalian from abroad must be quarantined for 14 days.

Those arriving at Dalian International Airport from abroad will be provided "point-to-point" and "person-to-person" services by the city's foreign affairs office, with assistance from related districts.

Those with a fixed residence in Dalian will be taken there in vehicles arranged by the foreign affairs office and remain quarantined at home for 14 days. They should remain in isolation in a well-ventilated single room and with little to no contact with those living with or near them.

Those who have no fixed residence in Dalian will be taken to designated hotels for isolation and observation via vehicles arranged by the foreign affairs office.

The city has also set up hotlines in Chinese, English, Japanese and Korean, which are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The English service line is 15941107310.

Sanya, Hainan

The government of Sanya city of Hainan province said on Sunday that anyone arriving from overseas will be transferred to a central quarantine facility for observation from Monday.


Tianjin authority announced on March 5 that those who come from medium and high-risk countries or regions in the 14 days prior to their arrival in Tianjin will have to go into 14-day quarantine.

Those with a fixed residence should stay home, while those without anywhere to stay will be put under concentrated medical observation at a designated hotel. People with fevers, coughs or other symptoms should immediately go for observation and treatment.


Chongqing has implemented health monitoring and other services for all international travelers, including the enterprises, residential communities and hotels where they are staying. Foreigners and Chinese citizens will be treated alike when it comes to epidemic control measures, particularly those from countries and regions hit hard by the virus.

Guangdong province

Anyone who visited countries and regions hit by the novel coronavirus outbreak were required to be quarantined for 14 days in designated hotels or at home upon their arrival.

The relevant airlines have informed passengers of the entry quarantine policy of Guangdong province during ticket purchase and check-in procedures in their departure countries, and actively assisted passengers in handling ticket refund procedures.

The National Immigration Administration rolled out special measures March 1, allowing foreigners in China to have their stay or residence permits extended automatically for two months during the epidemic period.

Source: people's daily

Editor: Crystal H

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