List of Countries Where China-bound Passengers Are Required to Obtain COVID-19 Negative Certificates Before Boarding


To ensure the health and safety of international travel and reduce the risk of cross-border spread of the epidemic, in accordance with the relevant joint announcement of the Civil Aviation Administration of China, the General Administration of Customs of China and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of China issued on 20 July 2020 and the relevant notices by the Chinese embassies or consulates in specific countries, China-bound passengers from the following countries, including those ultimately bound for China who transfer via the following countries, are required to obtain COVID-19 negative certificates before boarding.

The above-mentioned passengers are required to take nucleic acid tests for COVID-19 within five days before boarding. The tests should be taken at institutions that are located at the place of departure and designated or recognized by relevant Chinese embassies or consulates. Passengers should apply for green health codes with an HS mark or Health Declaration Forms by presenting COVID-19 negative certificates. Airlines are responsible for checking the health codes or Health Declaration Forms of the passengers before they board the plane. For specific requirements, please refer to notices by the Chinese embassies or consulates in relevant countries.

The list of countries where China-bound passengers are required to obtain COVID-19 negative certificates before boarding will be adjusted as necessary. Please pay close attention to any adjustment.


No.1

Country

Date of

Entry-into-force

1.

Russia

Already in Effect

2.

Egypt

Already in Effect

3.

Pakistan

Already in Effect

4.

Bangladesh

Already in Effect

5.

Saudi Arabia

Already in Effect

6.

Chad

Already in Effect

7.

Iran

Already in Effect

8.

Luxembourg

2020.08.10

9.

Thailand

2020.08.10

10.

Kenya

2020.08.11

11.

Turkey

2020.08.11

12.

Malaysia

2020.08.20


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Health Declaration required for passengers from these countries



List of Countries Where China-bound Passengers Are Required to Obtain COVID-19 Negative Certificates Before Boarding


To ensure the health and safety of international travel and reduce the risk of cross-border spread of the epidemic, in accordance with the relevant joint announcement of the Civil Aviation Administration of China, the General Administration of Customs of China and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of China issued on 20 July 2020 and the relevant notices by the Chinese embassies or consulates in specific countries, China-bound passengers from the following countries, including those ultimately bound for China who transfer via the following countries, are required to obtain COVID-19 negative certificates before boarding.

The above-mentioned passengers are required to take nucleic acid tests for COVID-19 within five days before boarding. The tests should be taken at institutions that are located at the place of departure and designated or recognized by relevant Chinese embassies or consulates. Passengers should apply for green health codes with an HS mark or Health Declaration Forms by presenting COVID-19 negative certificates. Airlines are responsible for checking the health codes or Health Declaration Forms of the passengers before they board the plane. For specific requirements, please refer to notices by the Chinese embassies or consulates in relevant countries.

The list of countries where China-bound passengers are required to obtain COVID-19 negative certificates before boarding will be adjusted as necessary. Please pay close attention to any adjustment.


No.1

Country

Date of

Entry-into-force

1.

Russia

Already in Effect

2.

Egypt

Already in Effect

3.

Pakistan

Already in Effect

4.

Bangladesh

Already in Effect

5.

Saudi Arabia

Already in Effect

6.

Chad

Already in Effect

7.

Iran

Already in Effect

8.

Luxembourg

2020.08.10

9.

Thailand

2020.08.10

10.

Kenya

2020.08.11

11.

Turkey

2020.08.11

12.

Malaysia

2020.08.20


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