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wear a mask or get deported? check the latest guide!

last week, a foreigner in xi’an was given a penalty and ordered to leave china within a time limit. some said that he was deported for not wearing a mask. is it true? let’s see what happened. 
according to the xi’an public security bureau, the man, who was not wearing a face mask, tried to enter his rental residential area and refused to obey the rules, shouted and threw his cell phone to community workers. 
 
he refused to obey the rules relating to the prevention and control of the novel coronavirus pandemic. 
 

wear a mask or get deported? check the latest guide!

 
in accordance with china’s laws on administrative penalties for public security and administration of exit and entry, the man was given an administrative penalty and ordered to leave china within a time limit. 
 
wear a mask or get deported? check the latest guide!
 
so, it turns out the man was punished for disruption of public order. but why many cities ask people to wear a mask as part of the pandemic prevention and control measures? 
 
according to the national health commission (nhc), masks offer protection against the novel coronavirus, flue and other respiratory infectious diseases for not only the wearer, but also the other people. 
 

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therefore, it is widely advised to wear masks across the country. for example, you cannot take buses or subways unless you wear a mask. 
 

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that’s an effective and easy way to protect us from getting infected. however, it’s not very convenient and comfortable to wear a mask for a long time, since our nose and mouth both need to be covered. 
 
but actually, we don’t need to wear a mask all the time. the state council has published a guide on how and when to wear a mask. there’s no need to wear it in places such as: 
 

wear a mask or get deported? check the latest guide!

  • home 
  • outdoor 
  • a space not crowded
  • a well-ventilated space
what’s more, people in the following places need to carry a mask and wear it when in contact with others at the distance of less than 1 meter. that means, it is not necessary to wear masks all the time in these cases: 
 

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  • workplace
  • shopping area 
  • restaurant
  • elevator 
  • meeting room
  • workshop
  • public transport 
p.s. people in high-risk areas should wear disposable medical masks. 
 

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source | china daily / nhc

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no way to enter china? must leave if visa expires? not really…

starting from last week, foreign nationals are temporarily forbidden from entering china even with residence permits and valid visas. so does it ban entry of all foreigners? how about those who are in china now? how long can they stay? here are some q&as about visa issues, let’s take a look. 
temporary suspension
 
on march 26, china’s ministry of foreign affairs national immigration administration (nia) issued the announcement on the temporary suspension of entry by foreign nationals holding valid chinese visas or residence permits
 
△ liu haitao, head of the border inspection management department of the nia, responded to relevant questions. 
we’ve posted the full content of the announcement, you can to know more. in brief, entry policies as follows are suspended but there are exemptions: 
 
no way to enter china? must leave if visa expires? not really...
 
 
q&a
 

q1: i am a permanent foreign resident but not in china now, can i enter china?

according to the announcement, foreign nationals holding residence permits cannot enter china for now. it does not specify whether the entry ban is applicable to chinese “green card” holders. 
 

no way to enter china? must leave if visa expires? not really...

it’s not clear whether foreigners with permanent residence permits are allowed to enter china. according to nia’s official website, we suggest you contact the exit-entry authorities of the city you want to come to. 
 
no way to enter china? must leave if visa expires? not really...
 
many provinces and cities in china have set up 24-hour bilingual hotlines for foreigners, you can check to find the number and call them for inquiries or assistance. 
 
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q2: i have a valid residence permit and a chinese marriage certificate, can i enter china?

 
according to the announcement, the ban is still applicable to you. however, you can apply for a new visa to chinese embassies and consulates if you fulfill the exemptions.
 
no way to enter china? must leave if visa expires? not really...
 
foreign nationals coming to china for necessary economic, trade, scientific or technological activities or out of emergency humanitarian needs may apply for visas at chinese embassies or consulates. entry by foreign nationals with visas issued after this announcement will not be affected.
 
 

q3: i’ve been under 14-day quarantine in hong kong, can i enter mainland china from hk now?

 
if you are in hk now and want to go to mainland china, you still need to apply for a new visa, even though you’ve been isolated for medical observation. 
 
no way to enter china? must leave if visa expires? not really...
 
 

q4: my residence permit for work is going to expire, can i enter with a tourist visa or business visa and then renew the permit after the entry resumption?

 
if your visa or residence permit expires, you need to apply for a new visa to chinese embassies and consulates according to your intention of entry. 
 
no way to enter china? must leave if visa expires? not really...
in other words, when the suspension ends and you want to come to china for work, you need to apply for a work visa to enter the country and apply for the relevant residence permit in accordance with regulations. 
 

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q5: can i still stay in china if my visa expires after the 2-month extension?

china has extended the stays of foreigners in the country with expired visas by up to 60 days during the epidemic prevention and control period. 
 
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if you need to stay in china while your visa expires, you can apply for an extension or renew a visa to the exit-entry department. we suggest you contact the local exit-entry department in advance before your visa expires. 
 

no way to enter china? must leave if visa expires? not really...

so far, the government has not announced the deadline for the period. nia has said that there may be further policy adjustments concerning such cases according to the actual situation changes.
 
 

q6: i’m in china with apec business travel card, can i extend my stay duration?

 
if you want to stay longer in china, you can apply for a stay permit after the visa-free stay duration expires, since the 2-month extension only applies to foreigners with visas, stay and residence permits. 
 

no way to enter china? must leave if visa expires? not really...

q7: i’m in china now but need to go abroad, can i enter china after leaving? 

the entry is suspended for outbound foreign nationals, so you will not be allowed to re-enter china after leaving unless you fulfill the exemptions or have a visa issued after march 26.
 
no way to enter china? must leave if visa expires? not really...
 
by the way, it is illegal to enter or leave the country without authorization. and violators will be held accountable. we suggest you stay in china if it is not necessary to leave. 

please leave a message below if you have any question, we’ll do our best to help you in exit-entry issues.

 

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new policies in china affect you from today! let’s check

 a series of new policies and measures have now been formally adopted and come into force. let’s see how they will affect your everyday life in china and check the updates of important news! 

– 01 –

updates of the novel coronavirus outbreak

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the number of confirmed cases across the world has exceeded 851,028 by wednesday morning according to reuters. though the outbreak started in china, it has now reached 207 countries and territories. 

 

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– 02 –
tomb-sweeping day is coming, but activities are suspended

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tomb sweeping day, also known as the qingming festival, is an important day for chinese people to memorialize their deceased loved ones. it falls on april 4 this year and the holiday will last three days from april 4 to 6. 
 

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many chinese cities have suspended tomb sweeping day activities and instead will provide online homage services to help contain the novel coronavirus outbreak.
 
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guangzhou, for example, decided to suspend tomb-sweeping day activities in all funeral parlors, cemeteries and cinerary halls from last week to prevent mass gatherings and reduce cross-infection amid the novel coronavirus outbreak.
– 03 –
after 2-month lockdown, wuhan finally to open exit channel
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as the epidemic eases in china, hubei province, the most stricken province in the country, begins to lift travel restrictions to promote the resumption of business operations. 
 
new policies in china affect you from today! let's check
 
wuhan and other cities in hubei have been put into lockdown since jan 23 because of the ongoing epidemic outbreak. all exit channels of the ports such as airport and railway station have been shut down. 
 
according to a government announcement, wuhan will open exit channels on april 8, with other parts of hubei province ending their lockdown last week. 
 
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transportation in hubei has already resumed. railway stations and airports reopen and resume operations now. passengers can take trains to wuhan from march 28.
 
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– 04 –
deadline tax declaration in april is extended
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in order to further support the epidemic prevention and control and the resumption of production and business, and facilitate taxpayers to declare and pay taxes, china’s administration of taxation has decided to extend the tax declaration period in april. 
 
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for taxpayers declaring monthly or quarterly, the deadline will be extended nationwide from april 20 to april 24. for those in hubei province, it can be further extended according to the actual situation.
 
– 05 –
no more eating and playing music out loud on the subway
new policies in china affect you from today! let's check
china’s ministry of transport has issued the regulation on urban rail transport organizations and services last year and it is effective on april 1. 
 
the regulations stipulate that passengers are not allowed to carry animals (except for guide dogs and police dogs) or take strong-smelling food to enter the station and take the subway.
 
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what’s more, playing music and videos out loud on electronic devices or eating on the subway is not allowed.
– 06 –
welcome back to schools! these provinces and cities announce opening dates and arrangements! 
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schools, universities and colleges in more than 19 provinces and regions of china will reopen soon as the numbers of new daily covid-19 confirmed cases have dropped in the country over the past few weeks. 
 
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educational authorities in these places have announced dates and arrangements for starting the new semester, most of which put graduating middle and high school students at priority. 
 
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according to the announcements, many schools will reopen in early april. other provinces where the risk of virus transmission is low will follow suit soon. however, some major provinces and cities which are at greater risk from imported cases of infection, it is still not known yet when the schools will reopen. 
 
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– 07 –
extra document required for medical supply exports

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china has taken new measures to ensure the quality of medical supplies exports amid the global fight against the novel coronavirus disease. 
 
starting wednesday, exporters of medical products including covid-19 testing kits, medical face masks, medical protective suits, ventilators and infrared thermometers need to provide extra documentation when they go through customs clearance. 
 

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according to the ministry of commerce, the document, in either print or digital form, should contain a declaration that the products have been officially registered in china and meet the quality-control standards of respective export destinations.
 

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the customs will release the exports based on certificates of registration approved by medical product administrations, according to the notice jointly issued with the general administration of customs and the national medical products administration.
 
you can check the announcement and download the declaration form from the official website: 
http://www.mofcom.gov.cn/article/b/e/202003/20200302950371.shtml
 

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tax rebate rates lifted! foreign trade firms can save more now

gravely affected by the delayed production due to the coronavirus outbreak? here comes good news! over 1,000 types of exports have enjoyed increased tax rebate rates in guangdong now. foreign trade firms can save more than 1.3 billion yuan a year! 
china has decided to expand the number of industries in which foreign investment is encouraged, so that foreign investors in more sectors benefit from tax and other incentives, according to the state council’s executive meeting on march 10. 
 
the meeting decided that all export tax rebates must be made in full and without delay except for energy intensive, polluting and resource sectors. 
 

tax rebate rates lifted! foreign trade firms can save more now

 
higher tax rebate rates
 
starting from march 20, guangdong lifts the export tax rebate rate for 1,084 categories of exports from 10% to 13%, that for another 380 items to 9%, and that for some products from 6% to 9%. in brief, here’s a list of part of exports whose rates get adjusted: 
 

tax rebate rates lifted! foreign trade firms can save more now

 
  • current rebate rate: 13%
porcelain sanitary wares
new plastics 
knives and scissors
construction accessories 
auto parts
 
  • current rebate rate: 9% 
plant growth regulators 
agricultural products 
fresh meat products
 

tax rebate rates lifted! foreign trade firms can save more now

the administration estimates that based on the export situation in 2019, the adjustment of the export tax rebate rates will contribute 1.31 billion yuan ($185.5 million) of export tax exemption funds to 12,000 enterprises in guangdong throughout this year.
 
the tax rebate adjustment covers export commodities worth $6.17 billion in the province. 
 

tax rebate rates lifted! foreign trade firms can save more now

 
 
more tax policies
 
besides the tax rebate adjustment, china has unveiled a series of tax reform measures designed to meet the unprecedented challenge of the outbreak. 
 

tax rebate rates lifted! foreign trade firms can save more now

for resumption of work and production, for example, china has rolled out preferential policies to ease the tax burden on individuals and corporates during the novel coronavirus outbreak. 
 
tax rebate rates lifted! foreign trade firms can save more now
 
enterprises in difficult industries severely affected by the pandemic such as transportation, catering, accommodation and tourism industries, can enjoy the extension of the longest carry-over period from 5 years to 8 years. 
 
small-scale vat taxpayers in hubei province will be exempted from vat, while the tax rate will drop from 3% to 1% in other regions from march to may.
 
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you can also click the “read more” to get a tax policy review from sta’s official website. 
 

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