Taohuayuan Airport: Nucleic Acid Testing Certificate within 48 Hours No Longer Needed Except for Flights to Tianjin
On August 14th, the journalist learned from Taohuayuan Airport that passengers arriving and departing from the port are to have their temperature checked and their health code and travel code will also be checked. Except for flights to Tianjin, nucleic acid testing certificate within 48 hours will no longer be required.
In order to effectively reduce the risk of epidemic transmission, passengers traveling in and out of Taohuayuan Airport should meet the following three requirements: first, the temperature is normal; second, the health code and the travel code in the Health Card of Hunan Residents must be green code; third, passengers have no history of travelling abroad or in high-risk areas within 14 days. At the same time, according to the needs of various regions for epidemic prevention and control, passengers flying to Beijing are required to provide Beijing Healthkit Green Code, which indicates passengers without any abnormality can normally board the plane. Passengers flying to Shenzhen need to show Yuekang Green Code. To Shanghai, Ningbo, Beihai, Kunming, Nanning, Haikou, Chongqing, Wenzhou, Guangzhou, Guiyang, Qingdao, Chengdu, Hangzhou and other areas, passengers can normally travel if they show both their health code and travel code are green. It should be noted that passengers flying to Tianjin must provide a valid negative nucleic acid testing report within 48 hours. Those without a nucleic acid testing report or those with a nucleic acid testing report for more than 48 hours will not be allowed to board the plane.
Translator: Ding Yaling
Chinese source: www.changde.gov.cn