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48 hours negative test result required to enter Beijing, Latest COVID flare-ups spread to two thirds of China
Published on: 2021-11-15
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Beijing will require all individuals entering the capital to provide a negative nucleic acid test result taken within 48 hours and a green health code, starting from November 17, amid recent COVID-19 flare-ups that have spread to 21 provincial-level regions, or two thirds of the country, local authorities announced at a Saturday press conference.

Starting November 17, the capital also paused entry for travelers who had been to regions with more than one local confirmed cases were reported within 14 days, officials said. All public venues and transport hubs are required to strictly carry out temperature checks.

The current outbreak of infections appears to be leveling off, with early-phase infections in Heihe from Northeast China's Heilongjiang Province, Shijiazhuang from North China's Hebei Province, and others have been gradually brought under control, said Wu Liangyou, a deputy director from the NHC disease control bureau.

The situation in Dalian, Northeast China's Liaoning Province remains complex, with community transmission uncovered in individual towns and streets in the city, but cases are mainly concentrated in Zhuanghe city and have not yet spread to outside of Dalian, Wu said.






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