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More Travel Restrictions for Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Macau & Zhuhai

Source:OT-Team(S,J), Paper.cn, China News

Following Guangzhou, Foshan, and Shenzhen, more cities in Guangdong have announced city-wide nucleic acid testing, including Zhongshan, Zhaoqing, Jiangmen, Zhanjiang etc. With the spread of the epidemic, cities in Guangdong keep upgrading the travel restrictions.



Guangzhou: 48h NAT certificate required for EVERYONE entering the airport terminal


Starting from June 8th, everyone entering the terminals of Guangzhou Baiyun Airport (including departing passengers and pick-up & see-off personnel) will need to submit the "Green health code" by swiping their ID cards at the designated equipment at entrances of T1 or T2. And 48-hour nucleic acid test negative certificate is mandatory.


Baiyun Airport has installed the epidemic prevention verification platform at the entrance of the terminals. Passengers only need to prepare their ID cards in advance and swipe on the inspection equipment to display the "health code" and the nucleic acid test certificate, making it more convenient to pass. (The original mobile phone green health code and nucleic acid test certificate continue to be valid).

For passengers who transit at Baiyun Airport, and the time does not exceed 24 hours, when the health code is green, it is not necessary to provide the 48h nucleic acid test negative certificate.



Shenzhen: Green health code required for all metro stations and Tramcars of Shenzhen Longhua District


Starting from June 8th, citizens need to present Green health code when taking the tramcars of Shenzhen Longhua District.

From 8pm on June 8th, Green health code is needed for taking Shenzhen metro, the requirement covers all stations (Line 4 included).

Those with yellow or red codes are not allowed to take metro and tramcars in Longhua.



Zhuhai: 48h NAT certificate required for travelling between Zhuhai and Macao 


Starting at 10 am on June 8, 2021, those entering and exiting through the Zhuhai-Macao port are required to hold 48-hour nucleic acid test negative certificate, instead of the 7-day nucleic acid test negative certificate.



Macao: 48h NAT certificate required for those enter from Guangdong


Starting from 10am on June 8, 2021, residents from China, Hong Kong SAR, Taiwan Region and foreigners with entrance permission, are all required to present 48-hour nucleic acid test negative certificates if they enter Macao through Guangdong Province.

Those who have been to high-medium risk areas, must undergo 14-day medical quarantine at designated locations in Macao.

The Macao Response Coordination Center stated that the Macao SAR government may take further measures according to the situation in Guangdong, including nucleic acid testing for all Macao residents, or requiring people who travel from Guangdong to provide certificate of COVID vaccination in the future.




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