China's Current Entry Policy & Regulations

                                  As the world's COVID-19 epidemic continues to be severe, China's inbound tourism still remains suspended due to the entry restrictions on epidemic prevention and control. Below we would like to share with you some updated information on China's entry restrictions, travel tips, our flexible and full refund booking policies. We hope the epidemic will end soon and wish everyone to stay healthy. Anytime you need us, we will serve with our utmost sincerity.
                                  China Entry Restrictions
                                  Latest News: From Nov 06, 2020, foreigners from the United States, France, Germany, India, Singapore, Canada, Italy etc. need both nucleic acid test and IgM anti-body test within 48 hours before boarding. Learn More
                                  China's Regulations on Epidemic Prevention and Control
                                  The epidemic prevention rules include, but are not limited to, the Health Declaration Form from local Chinese Embassy, the body temperature check on board the plane, health checks on arrival and a 14-day quarantine while in China. Learn More
                                  Inbound Flights to China
                                  There are a limited number of international flights flying into China now. Based on the current flight schedules, there are 16 flights from the United States, 14 from Canada, 6 from Australia, 5 from UK, 5 from Singapore and 2 from India weekly. Learn More
                                  COVID-19 Epidemic in China
                                  Latest news on Jan 05, 2021: 89 new cases (53 in Hong Kong; 3 in Taiwan; 33 in Mainland China including 16 from abroad) have been reported on Jan 05. The Chinese government has strong control over any new cases, so it's safe to travel in China now. Learn More
                                  Flexible Booking & Full Refund
                                  We are taking measures to ensure that clients have a safe travel with us and book with confidence. You can make free changes before the tour starts, like changes of tour dates, number of travelers, destinations etc.; you enjoy our guaranteed money refund policy in case you have to cancel the trip; we provide free epidemic prevention supplies to clients during the tour in China. Please click here for more of safe travel in China.
                                  Safe Travel Destinations in the World
                                  Based on the current situations, the low-risk destinations mainly include China, Vietnam, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Singapore, Mongolia, Morocco and Turkey. In China, besides top popular cities of Beijing, Xi’an, Shanghai, Chengdu, Guilin, Zhangjiajie, Huangshan which are loved by most first time travelers, some remote regions like Yunnan, Guizhou, Silk Road are getting more and more attentions now.
                                  China Entry Restrictions
                                  On September 23, 2020, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, PRC and the National Immigration Administration jointly issued a notice, stating that foreign nationals holding valid China residence permits for work, personal matters or family reunion may enter China from September 28, 2020. If any of the above three categories of permits expires after March 28, 2020, the applicant may apply for an entry visa of the corresponding category at the local Chinese embassy or consulate, provided that the purpose of entry remains unchanged.
                                  Further Explanations:
                                  • Those who only hold a visa issued before 0:00 on March 26, 2020, but have no residence permit mentioned above cannot enter China.
                                  • The residence permit mentioned only refers to the three categories: work, personal matters and reunion. Other categories, like study and journalist, are not allowed.
                                  • Holders of the above valid residence permits may enter China without applying for another visa.
                                  • Foreign nationals holding residence permits that expire before March 28 shall not be allowed to enter China.
                                  • Foreign nationals holding residence permits that expire after March 28 may apply for entry visas of the same category if the purpose of entry remains unchanged.
                                  • The above-mentioned foreigners allowed to enter China must strictly abide by China's regulations on epidemic prevention and control.
                                  On November 04 and November 05, 2020, the Chinese embassies in the UK, France, Belgium, Italy, Russia, the Philippines and India issued notices respectively to suspend the entry of people from these countries with current valid Chinese visas and residence permits for work, personal matters and reunion purposes. Holders of diplomatic, service, courtesy or C visas would not be affected.
                                  On November 5, 2020, China's Foreign Ministry released a news that, since November 06, all passengers from the United States, France, Germany, India, Singapore, Canada, Italy, South Africa etc. must have certificates of Negative Nucleic Acid and IgM Anti-Body Blood Tests results within 48 hours before boarding. If passengers need to pass through on their way to China, they also need to undergo the same testing in the transit country or region (since few airports around the world have the conditions of dual testing, direct flights may be the only and realistic option).
                                  Depending on the situation of the epidemic, the policy of each country is likely to change. If you are in need, please pay attention to the latest notice issued by the Chinese Embassy in your country. You can find the web addresses and specific information of Chinese Embassies or Consulates on this page: http://www.vigopie.com/embassy/
                                  China's Regulations on Epidemic Prevention and Control
                                  Foreigners who comply with China's entry regulations must strictly abide by China's regulations on epidemic prevention and control. The regulations include, but are not limited to the following:
                                  Health Declaration Form
                                  You need to apply for the Health Declaration Form at the local Chinese embassy, and to receive this you should provide a proof of a negative test result for COVID-19 issued no more than 5 days before departure. For clients from countries where dual testing is required, you will need to present the evidence of negative nucleic acid and IgM antibody tests taken within 48 hours before departure.
                                  Health Checks on Arrival
                                  Passengers will receive health checks on arrival, such as body temperature, nucleic acid or swab tests. Those who pass the health check will be further quarantined for 14 days, and those who fail may be sent to a designated hospital for treatment directly.
                                  Centralized Quarantine
                                  Next, you will experience a quarantine at a government designated hotel for at least 14 days. Below are some of the facts you might want to know.
                                  • The cost of quarantine is your responsibility, including hotel room rate, meals, and other personal expenses.
                                  • No one is allowed to go out during the quarantine period. Please prepare enough personal necessities, such as clothes, medicine, etc.
                                  • Families with large numbers may be assigned to different rooms.
                                  • You will receive nucleic acid test during the quarantine period. Those who test positive or have close contact will be sent to the government hospital for treatment.
                                  • When the quarantine is over, you may travel in China from city to city without a second quarantine.
                                  The regulations are continuously changing and you should contact the local Chinese Embassy to double check all the rules before departure.
                                  Inbound Flights to China
                                  There are only a few international flights to China now. The following is the basic information from some countries provided on the current flight schedules in December 2020, which might change constantly based on the epidemic situation. Please double check with the airline company for the specific information.
                                  Departure Country Flight Availability Airline Company Number of Flights a Week
                                  United States Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri, Sun United Airlines; American Airlines; Delta Air Lines; China Airlines; China Eastern Airlines; China Southern Airlines; Xiamen Airlines 16
                                  Australia Wed, Thu, Fri, Sun China Eastern Airlines; China Southern Airlines; Xiamen Airlines 6
                                  UK Thu, Fri, Sun British Airways; China Airlines; China Eastern Airlines; China Southern Airlines 5
                                  Canada Tue, Wed,  Fri, Sat, Sun Air Canada; China Airlines; China Eastern Airlines; China Southern Airlines; Xiamen Airlines; Hainan Airlines, Sichuan Airlines 14
                                  Singapore Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri China Airlines; China Eastern Airlines; China Southern Airlines; Xiamen Airlines 5
                                  India Tue, Thu China Airlines; China Eastern Airlines 2
                                  COVID-19 Epidemic in China
                                  COVID-19 Outbreak Statistics in China on Jan 05
                                  New Cases: 89 in total - 53 in Hong Kong; 3 in Taiwan; 33 in Mainland China including 16 from abroad
                                  Existing Confirmed: 1353
                                  Cumulative Confirmed: 97061

                                  Is it safe to travel in China now?
                                  Yes. It is safe to travel in China. The Chinese government has strong control over new cases of the COVID-19 epidemic. Local people are traveling as usual. Besides, we TravelChinaGuide are doing our best to take some measures to make sure our clients are safe and comfortable traveling with us. For more details, please click.
                                  What do I need to prepare for traveling in China?
                                  All cities will require you to show your passport and your green health code. Based on the different rules of different cities, you might be asked to show your 14-day record of travel itinerary, nucleic acid test results, entry and exit certificate or certificate of employment. If you have any travel plans, please contact us for more specific information.
                                  What is the Health QR Code and how can I get it?
                                  The green QR code in Alipay or wechat, which represents personal physical health, is called the health QR code. It comes in three colors: green, yellow and red. The green code indicates that you are relatively safe; the yellow code indicates those who have been to unsafe areas; and the red code indicates those who have come into contact with the confirmed, suspected, or asymptomatic infected persons.
                                  The Health QR code system has been implemented throughout the country and it is necessary to have it to move around. Different provinces or cities have their own health code programs. You need to scan the QR codes separately to get a local health code while you are in different cities. If you wish to have the QR code in advance, we are glad to offer help.
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