Restrictions on arrivals from China
In recent days, several countries have announced restrictions on travelers from China.
United Kingdom: From January 5, a negative pre-departure COVID-19 test is required for travelers arriving from China.
US: From January 5, passengers arriving from China must show a negative test result taken two days before departure from China, Hong Kong or Macau.
France: France will require a negative COVID-19 test less than 48 hours before departure and random PCR tests will be conducted on arrivals from China starting in January.
Australia: Travelers traveling from China to Australia will be required to submit a negative COVID-19 test from January 5.
India: India will require negative test results for those arriving from China, Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea and Thailand. Travelers from these countries will be quarantined if they show symptoms or test positive.
Japan: Japan now requires a negative COVID-19 test for travelers arriving from mainland China. Those who come positive will have to stay in quarantine for seven days. The government will also limit requests by airlines to increase flights to China.
Italy: Milan’s main airport, Malpensa, has already started screening passengers arriving from Beijing and Shanghai.
South Korea: South Korea will require travelers from China to provide negative COVID test results prior to departure.
Morocco: As of January 3, Morocco is banning arrivals from China, regardless of nationality.
Spain: Spain will require a negative COVID-19 test or a full course of vaccination against the disease upon arrival from China.
Malaysia: Malaysia to screen all inbound passengers for fever and test sewage from planes arriving from China for Covid-19
Taiwan: All passengers arriving on direct flights from China as well as by boat to the two offshore islands will now have to undergo PCR tests on arrival.
Canada: Air passengers traveling from China to Canada must test negative for COVID-19 two days prior to departure.
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