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People entering Guangdong from Macao are allowed to stay in the entire province

2020-July-29       Source: Newsgd.com

Starting from 6 a.m. on July 29th, people entering Guangdong province from Guangdong-Macao ports will no longer undergo 14-days of centralized quarantine, and those passengers are allowed to stay anywhere in the entire province.

Starting from 6 a.m. on July 29th, people entering Guangdong province from Guangdong-Macao ports will no longer undergo 14-days of centralized quarantine, and those passengers are allowed to stay anywhere in the entire province instead of the previous nine cities which included Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Zhuhai, Foshan, Dongguan, Zhongshan, Huizhou, Jiangmen and Zhaoqing.

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Personnel scope & management of inbound travelers

People entering Guangdong from the Guangdong-Macao ports. People who have traveled to or from foreign countries or other overseas areas within 14 days before coming to Guangdong are excluded.

They should go to a qualified testing institution for nucleic acid testing in advance. The testing institution must be recognized and approved by Guangdong and Macao governments. The test result must be negative.

Inbound travelers must log in Yuekang Code every day within 14 days after the entry and click the "Hong Kong and Macao Immigrants Health Declaration" section to declare their personal health status.

For illegal inbound travelers

If inbound travelers cross borders into other areas or violate relevant regulations, the exemption from 14-days quarantine will be canceled. They will be classified and punished according to the corresponding regulations from both governments.

Author: Will

EditorsL Steven, Jerry

 

Editor: Will

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