On 20 July, the Civil Aviation Administration of China, the General Administration of Customs and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs published the Announcement on Presenting Negative Results of COVID-19 Nucleic Acid Tests before Boarding by Passengers Taking Flights Bound for China (the “Announcement”). The Announcement requires that Chinese and foreign passengers shall complete COVID-19 nucleic acid testing 5 days before boarding flights to China, and the testing shall be carried out in the institutions designated or recognized by overseas Chinese Embassies or Consulates. For Chinese passengers, they shall take photos and upload the negative result for nucleic acid testing to the mini program of the international version of the pandemic prevention and control health code, while for foreign passengers, they shall provide the negative result for nucleic acid testing to the Chinese Embassies or Consulates to apply for a declaration of health status.
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