Restrictions for arrivals from China
In recent days, a number of countries announced travel restrictions from China.
UK: Passenger from China must pass a pre-departure COVID-19 negative test.
US – From January 5, Chinese travellers will have to present a negative test result that was taken less than two days prior to departure from China, Hong Kong or Macau.
FRANCE France will also require a negative CoVID-19 test within 48 hours of departure. From January, random PCR tests from China will be performed upon arrivals.
AUSTRALIA – Travellers from China will have to submit a negative COVID-19 testing starting 5 January.
INDIA India will require a negative result from a test for all arrivals from China and Hong Kong, Japan South Korea, South Korea, South Korea, South Korea, Thailand, or Japan. If they have symptoms or are positive for the disease, passengers from these countries will be quarantined.
JAPAN Japan requires that all visitors from mainland China pass a negative COVID-19 screening upon arrival. Anyone who tests positive will be required to stay in quarantine for seven consecutive days. Airlines that request to increase their flights to China will be restricted by the government.
ITALIA: Milan’s main international airport, Malpensa has begun testing passengers from Beijing and Shanghai.
SOUTHKOREA South Korea will require Chinese travellers to submit negative COVID results before they depart.
MOROCCO – Morocco has banned Chinese arrivals since 3 January.
SPAIN: Spain will require either a negative COVID-19 or a complete course of vaccinations against the disease on arrival from China.
MALAYSIA Malaysia will screen all visitors for fever and check the water quality of any aircraft coming from China for COVID-19.
TAIWAN All passengers flying direct from China and those arriving by boat on two islands off the coast of China must now undergo PCR testing upon arrival.
CANADA. Air travelers from China to Canada must be negative for COVID-19 at least two days prior to departure.