Starting from the end of October, 42 Chinese embassies in various countries including the United States, Britain, Ireland, and Italy have issued notices of new aircraft boarding requirements for all passengers flying to China in November. Nucleic acid and IgM antibody testing are required, and then apply for a green health code with the "HS" logo or a certified health declaration form before boarding.
42 countries are listed below:
Kazakhstan, Russia, Pakistan, Belgium, Turkey, Brazil, South Africa, Egypt, Kenya, France, Syria, United States, Spain, Germany, Zimbabwe, Thailand, Czech Republic, Nepal, Austria, UK, Italy, Argentina, Chile, Finland, Mexico, Iraq, Jamaica, Mauritius, Philippines, Denmark, Namibia, New Zealand, Canada, Saudi Arabia, Sweden, Ireland, Switzerland, Malaysia, Netherlands, Greece, Indonesia, Ethiopia.
According to our experience, since many countries have announced that passengers flying to China must undergo two tests within 48 hours before boarding, and international airports in most countries rarely have rapid testing capabilities, it is recommended that passengers flying to China avoid Transit through another country.