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      Travel to and from Beijing Is about to Get a Whole Lot Easier

      By Alistair Baker-Brian, March 12, 2021

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      Temporary rules introduced in January regarding travel to and from Beijing are set to be scrapped as of midnight on March 16, according to a press release by the city’s government. 

      Since January 28, temporary rules have been in place to discourage travel and help prevent the spread of COVID-19. Many were concerned that the annual mass travel over the Spring Festival holiday would lead to an increase in COVID-19 cases. 

      Here’s what changed:

      • Those who leave Beijing no longer need to provide proof of a seven-day negative nucleic acid test result

      • Arrivals to Beijing from low-risk areas on the Chinese mainland no longer need to provide proof of a seven-day negative nucleic acid test result

      • Arrivals to Beijing from low-risk areas on the Chinese mainland no longer need to undergo 14-day ‘health monitoring’

      • Arrivals to Beijing from low-risk areas on the Chinese mainland no longer need to undergo nucleic acid tests after seven and 14 days, respectively

      Upon arrival in Beijing, those from low-risk areas on the Chinese mainland will still be asked to show a green travel code using the 行程碼 WeChat Mini-Program and undergo a temperature-check. 

      As of press time, Beijing has had no recorded cases for 41 days. Meanwhile, all areas of the Chinese mainland are currently classed as low-risk. 

      This means that travel in and out of Beijing will be easier from March 16 onward. Recently, there has even been a hint that international travel might be on the cards before the end of this year.

      READ MORE: China-US Travel Could Return to Normal by August: CDC

      However, just in case we haven’t mentioned this enough in COVID-related articles, rules change all the time. A few new COVID-19 cases can mean the return of stricter rules. 

      For now, don’t be afraid to book those plane and train tickets… while adhering to anti-epidemic measures, of course. 

      READ MORE: China's New 'International Health Certificate' Explained

      [Cover Image via @夢想評論員/Weibo]

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