China Requires Negative COVID-19 Tests for Arriving Air Passengers

Updated: Dec 29, 2020

Passengers of China-bound flights must provide negative Covid-19 test results before boarding. Nucleic acid tests must be completed within five days of embarkation. Tests should be conducted at facilities designated or recognized by Chinese embassies in host countries.


The Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) has allowed more foreign airlines to resume services in China and add flights to the country as the economy recovers. Deutsche Lufthansa would double the number of flights to and from mainland China in the coming weeks, and Air France KLM has received approval to add more China flights.

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