Something You Need to Know...


According to the announcement released by CAAC on July 20, to ensure healthy and safe international travel and mitigate the risks of cross-border transmission of COVID-19, passengers taking flights bound for China are required to present their negative results of COVID-19 nucleic acid tests before boarding. Specific arrangements are as follows,

1. Chinese and foreign passengers on China-bound flights shall complete COVID-19 nucleic acid tests within 5 days before boarding. Tests shall be carried out in facilities designated or recognized by overseas Chinese Embassies or Consulates.

2. Chinese passengers are required to take photos of and upload their negative results of COVID-19 nucleic acid tests using the international version of the health QR code mini program on WeChat.

3. Foreign passengers should apply with the Chinese Embassies or Consulates for the Health Declaration Letter with negative test results of COVID-19.

4. Relevant airlines are responsible for checking passengers’ health QR codes and Health Declaration Letter before boarding. Passengers will be denied boarding if they fail to meet relevant requirements. All airlines shall strictly follow the checking procedures.

5. Passengers who provide false documents and information shall undertake corresponding legal liabilities.

6. Chinese Embassies will carefully evaluate the nucleic acid testing capabilities of the countries of their residence and issue specific implementation measures as appropriate.

According to the latest epidemic prevention and control policy in Shanghai, all inbound passengers arriving in Shanghai are required to,
- undergo 14-day centralized isolation and observation
- receive nucleic acid tests

Please take it into account when making the itinerary.


CAAC, GACC and MFA Public Announcement on Presenting Negative Results of COVID-19 Nucleic Acid Tests before Boarding by Passengers Taking Flights Bound for China


Opening Hours

8 September, Tuesday – 11 September, Thursday
09:00 – 17:00
12 September, Friday
09:00 – 14:30

Admission Process

All the attendees shall cooperate with the organizer when they take measures for effective prevention and control of the spread of infectious diseases and protection of public safety and health.
Thank you very much for your understanding and cooperation.

To enter the venue, you are required to,



Onsite Prevention and Control Measures

The organizer will do regular disinfection for public area of the venue 3 times a day.
All onsite participants are required to complete identity verification, take temperature check and wear masks.
Temporary observation points will be set up. If any abnormal body temperature is found, the person will be transferred to the observation point for a second temperature measurement. If necessary, isolation and medical treatment will be arranged in time.
The main entrances of the venue will be equipped with hand sanitizer.
To keep good ventilation in the venue.
To remind all cencerned particpants to keep a safe social distance.