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overseas arrivals can complete 7-day quarantine at home here

starting from july 27, people who arrive in shanghai from overseas can spend half of their quarantine time at home if certain conditions are met. please pay attention to the latest policies if you plan to come to china via shanghai. 
shanghai announced on thursday it will allow some overseas arrivals to complete 7 days of their 14-day quarantine period at home starting on july 27; however, the first 7 days of their quarantine must be completed at designated locations. 
 
overseas arrivals can complete 7-day quarantine at home here
△ shanghai gov announced the new quarantine measures on its official weibo account. 
travelers are required to take a covid-19 nucleic acid test on the 5th day of their quarantine at a designated location and they must have a fixed residence in the city if they decide to finish the last 7 days of quarantine at home. 
 
if they return a negative nucleic acid test result, the authority will allow them to finish their quarantine at home, without coming into contact with other persons in the transfer process. 
before their quarantine ends, the traveler and other members in the same household must take nucleic acid tests. the quarantine will be lifted after the 7 days if all tests are returned negative. 
 
however, the returnees must accept the rules on home isolation; that is, there must be only one person in the household, or the other members in the same household must remain in isolation with the returnee during their quarantine period. 
 
overseas arrivals can complete 7-day quarantine at home here
 
 

what if i don’t meet the conditions? 

 
those who are unwilling or unable to meet these conditions must accept the 14-day quarantine at a designated location. 
 
 
is it applicable to travelers heading to other places? 
 
travelers whose final destination is the neighboring zhejiang, jiangsu and anhui provinces will also be allowed to follow the same “7 7” procedure. 
 
those who are heading to other cities, however, will be required to complete their 14-day quarantine in shanghai. 
 
overseas arrivals can complete 7-day quarantine at home here
 
 
what if i cannot quarantine at a designated location? 
 
if travelers are unable to quarantine at a designated location; for example, elderly persons, minors, pregnant women and disabled individuals, they can apply for home-based isolation if they can submit negative nucleic test results and meet the relevant home-based isolation rules. 
 

overseas arrivals can complete 7-day quarantine at home here


in addition, china requires passengers on flight to china to provide negative nucleic acid test results before boarding. so if you plan to fly to shanghai from overseas and want to apply for the “7 7” quarantine, you will undergo nucleic acid test three times during the whole period: 
 
  1. before boarding, you need to complete covid-19 nucleic acid test within 5 days
  2. on the 5th day of the quarantine, you can take the test for the second time and apply for the home quarantine. 
  3. before the home quarantine ends, you need to take the test again. the quarantine will be lifted if all the results are negative. 

overseas arrivals can complete 7-day quarantine at home here

 
to know more details about the new rules for inbound passengers and check the latest flight schedules, please click the following link to read our previous article: 

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more flights to china! but you cannot board if…

passengers on flights to china are required to provide negative nucleic acid test results before boarding, the country’s civil aviation regulator said tuesday. are you planning to come to china in recent days? check the updates! 
new rules for inbound passengers
 
chinese and foreign passengers taking flights to china must present their negative results of covid-19 nucleic acid tests before boarding, the civil aviation administration of china said in a joint statement issued with the general administration of customs and the ministry of foreign affairs. 
 
the move aims to ensure the health and safety of international travelers and reduce the risks of cross-border spread of the pandemic. 
 

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according to the statement, specific arrangements are as follows: 
 
1. chinese and foreign passengers on china-bound flights shall complete covid-19 nucleic acid tests within 5 days before boarding. tests shall be carried out in facilities designated or recognized by overseas chinese embassies or consulates. 
 
2. chinese passengers are required to take photos of and upload their negative results of covid-19 nucleic acid tests using the international version of the health qr code mini program on wechat. 
 

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3. foreign passengers should apply with the chinese embassies or consulates for the health declaration letter with negative test results of covid-19. 
 
4. relevant airlines are responsible for checking passengers’ health qr codes and health declaration letter before boarding. passengers will be denied boarding if they fail to meet relevant requirements. all airlines shall strictly follow the checking procedures. 
 
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5. passengers who provide false documents and information shall undertake corresponding legal liabilities. 
6. chinese embassies will carefully evaluate the nucleic acid testing capabilities of the countries of their residence and issue specific implementation measures as appropriate. 
 
 
more airlines to resume flights
more international airlines are resuming flights to guangzhou and other chinese cities including shanghai and nanjing. here are some airlines’ latest flight schedules. 
 
  • egypt air
egyptair will resume flights to and from guangzhou on july 23, once a week. a boeing 773 will be flying this route. 
 
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  • korean air
korean air will resume flights between incheon and guangzhou from july 22. in addition to the incheon-shenyang route that currently operates every friday, korean air’s china-south korea route will increase its flights to the chinese mainland to twice a week.
 
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  • qatar airways
qatar airways announced resumption of the regular passenger route from doha to guangzhou starting on july 26. flights will depart once a week at the initial stage. 
 
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  • saudi arabian airlines
saudi arabian airlines, commonly known as saudia, will resume the round-trip route between riyadh and guangzhou every thursday from july 23. 
 
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  • klm royal dutch airlines
from july 21, klm will resume the amsterdam-shanghai route for one flight per week. klm reminds that both round-trip flights will stop at the incheon international airport in south korea before landing, and passengers will stay on the plane, instead of entering the airport. 
 
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  • emirates
 
emirates will resume regular passenger services from dubai to guangzhou once a week, starting from july 25. 
 
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  • scoot
singaporean low-cost airline scoot announced that it will resume the nanjing-singapore route from july 23. a boeing 787-9 dreamliner will be flying this route. 
 
after scoot resumed its first guangzhou-singapore route in early june, the nanjing-singapore route became the second china-singapore route that scoot has resumed since the outbreak of covid-19. 
 
scoot reminds that passengers can depart from nanjing or guangzhou, and transfer via singapore changi airport to destinations with routes currently operated by singapore airlines, silkair and scoot. 
 

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anyway, if you have a travel plan to china in recent days, please keep an eye on the latest notice and relevant information, make an appropriate arrangement for your trip and complete the nucleic acid test in advance

breaking! an ethiopian aircraft erupts into flames at shanghai airport

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an ethiopian airlines boeing 777f has caught fire at shanghai pudong airport while cargo was being loaded. 

the carrier says in a statement that the aircraft is registered et-arh and was on a regular scheduled cargo service from shanghai pudong to sao paolo, and onward to santiago. 

the aircraft was only carrying freight so no passengers were on board, however there is no information as to any injuries to crew or staff on the ground.

videos and photos on social media show a large part of the freighter’s aft section burnt away. while the fire’s cause is unknown, the footage indicates that it has been brought under control. 

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cinemas are back, after 170 days of shutdown

finally! cinemas in low-risk areas of china are allowed to reopen starting july 20, as the nation gradually recovers from the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. 
cinemas in china are ready to receive moviegoers with stringent epidemic prevention measures in place as the government eases covid-19 restrictions. 
 
according to a thursday announcement by the china film administration, china’s cinemas in low-risk areas are allowed to resume operation under covid-19 prevention protocols from july 20
 
as most of the country is now classified as low risk it is expected to be essentially a nationwide reopening. 
 
 

strict restrictions are still required

 
cinemas across the country to reopen will be subject to a strict set of measures, including: 
 
  • all tickets sold in alternatives seats should be booked online with providing the buyers’ identities. besides, masks will have to be worn at all times by both cinema goers and staff during the entire screening. 
  • meanwhile, at every screening, the film’s length should not exceed two hours, and the cinema is required to sell no more than 30 percent of all seats. no food or drinks will be allowed to be served. 
  • separate groups of customers will have to sit at least a meter apart

cinemas are back, after 170 days of shutdown

△ the audiences are required to wear a mask and sit separately at the screening.

besides, anti-epidemic measures such as disinfection and temperature checks will be taken, in preparation for reopening after months of covid-19 lockdown have left cultural and entertainment venues empty. 
 
cinemas are back, after 170 days of shutdown
 
“we will set up a desk at the entrance to register audience members’ information and take their temperature,” said zhang mingzhe, manager of tonight international cinema in hangzhou, east china’s zhejiang province. 
“the audiences are required to sit separately. for those who are strangers to each other, the social distance should be more than one meter,” said zhao changping, manager of a cinema in qingdao city, east china’s shandong province. 
 
 

moviegoers are looking forward to hitting the cinemas

a resident surnamed su in qingdao told local media, “i have been looking forward to watching a film for quite a long time.” 
 
“it should be very crowded. i want to go and have a look on the first day of reopening,” said a resident surnamed xin. 
 

cinemas are back, after 170 days of shutdown

cinemas are back, after 170 days of shutdown

△ the news has become a hot topic on weibo.

 
as of sunday, china’s pre-sale box office at 391 cinemas in 83 cities has surpassed one million yuan ($142,900) on the first day of reopening, according to maoyan, an online platform that provides film and tv data and compiles rankings. 
 
 

preferential policies for both cinemas and audiences

 
the reopening of cinemas is part of a set of new policies to help the industry announced by the authorities. 
 
china is the world’s second largest market for movies with the country’s box offices taking in $9.2 billion last year. however, that figure is expected to fall sharply due to cinema shutdown that started in january, and many cinemas have already been forced out of business
 
cinemas are back, after 170 days of shutdown
 
according to su hongwei, deputy head of the film and tv department of qingdao municipal culture and tourism bureau, the policy of offering interest reductions on soft loans will help ease the credit pressure on cinemas.
 
he added that “those that have new bank loans in the epidemic period can each get subsidized interest of up to 300,000 yuan (around 42,911 u.s. dollars).” 
 
noting that the local government has worked with all cinemas in the city to give special offers and ticket subsidies worth one million yuan (around 143,000 u.s. dollars) to residents, su said the authorities hoped “to rebuild people’s confidence and get them accustomed to such a consumption habit like they did before the epidemic.”

cinemas are back, after 170 days of shutdown

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latest! passengers enter mainland from hk need to…

shenzhen and zhuhai have updated entry restriction measures for people entering from hong kong. check the details now if you plan to go to the mainland from hk. 

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people who travel from hong kong to shenzhen and zhuhai in south china’s guangdong province are from friday required to present valid negative covid-19 nucleic acid test results and undergo a 14-day medical quarantine
 
according to the statements issued by shenzhen and zhuhai, passengers entering the cities from hong kong must hold a certificate indicating they have tested negative for the novel coronavirus, and they will undergo a 14-day medical observation in isolation. 
 

latest! passengers enter mainland from hk need to...

latest! passengers enter mainland from hk need to...

the new measure comes into effect from 10 a.m. on friday
 
both statements said the certificate should be issued by qualified testing institutes certified by the hong kong special administrative region (hksar) within 72 hours of port entry.
 
some specific groups such as important business people, cross-border truck drivers and students are exempt from the quarantine after approval, but will continue to be subject to exiting epidemic prevention and control rules. 
 
(you can to know more about the quarantine exemptions and other entry policies in guangdong and hong kong.) 
 

latest! passengers enter mainland from hk need to...

 
the policy was made in response to fluctuations in covid-19 epidemic in the hksar to ensure safety and health of people entering from the region and maintain orderly customs clearance. it was based on exchanges and consultations between guangdong province and hong kong, the announcement said. 
 
facing the severe challenges, shenzhen customs has been closely tracing fluctuations of the epidemic globally and guided ports to take more precise measures for epidemic control and prevention, said lin lin, an official with customs. 
 
existing measures such as temperature check and coronavirus nucleic acid testing for every inbound passenger has been strictly enforced, and all inbound passengers are bound to a 14-day isolation, except for passengers who met certain conditions such as students who hold certificates to prove they tested negative for the virus within the past week. 
 
latest! passengers enter mainland from hk need to...
 
customs has also increased staff on duty to cope with increasing numbers of passengers to reduce their stay at the port, he said. 
 
recently, about 3,000 passengers have been arriving in shenzhen daily via the shenzhen bay port, a major route for people coming in from hong kong. before the latest covid-19 outbreak in the sar, there had been between 200 and 300 passengers entering each day, according to a report on thursday by local newspaper shenzhen economic daily. 
 
the number of arrivals in the port has significantly increased since monday, causing the port to run at full capacity. the port authority has increased the number of vehicles and designated hotels to transfer and isolate inbound passengers, the report said, citing peng yaojiu, an emergency management official in shenzhen’s nanshan district. 
 

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if you have any travel plan to go to hong kong or enter the chinese mainland from hong kong via these two cities, please check the latest entry policies and get well-prepared in advance
 
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