TRAVELERS arriving in Shenzhen from Shanghai and high-risk areas are required to undergo a 14-day centralized quarantine, undergo daily nucleic acid tests in the first seven days and one test on the 10th and 14th day, respectively, according to the city’s travel policy during the COVID-19 pandemic, which was updated on the provincial government website Friday.
Those arriving in the city from medium-risk areas, as well as counties, cities and districts located in high-risk areas must undergo a 14-day home quarantine and take nucleic acid tests on the first, third, seventh and 14th day.
Passengers from Guangzhou’s Baiyun District and cities including Nanchang, Suzhou, Baoding, Handan and Fangchenggang must undergo 14-day home health monitoring and take nucleic acid tests on the first, third, seventh and 14th day. They are advised neither to travel in the first three days, nor to return to workplaces or schools.
Arrivals from Hong Kong are subject to a 14-day centralized quarantine and seven-day home health monitoring. Arrivals from Macao must hold valid negative seven-day nucleic acid test results.
Overseas travelers, except those from Hong Kong and Macao, are required to undergo a 14-day centralized quarantine and seven days of strict home health monitoring.
Shenzhen residents are required to present valid negative 72-hour nucleic acid test results to access various public places and public transport.
Train passengers arriving in Shenzhen from domestic medium- and high-risk areas for COVID, as well as areas with positive COVID cases, must have valid negative 48-hour nucleic acid test results and take a nucleic acid test upon arrival.
According to the new policy, road passenger transport services between Shenzhen and medium- and high-risk areas are suspended. From March 21, 2022, long-distance coach stations, road passenger routes and chartered cars have resumed service.
Since Feb. 2, six bus routes, including high-speed bus 86, peak line 66, M361, M360, M318 and M589, have been temporarily suspended. Five bus routes including M181, M464, M184, M188 and M286 have canceled all bus stops in the city of Dongguan. Four bus routes including Shenhui 3A, M325, M497 and M478 have canceled all bus stops in the city of Huizhou.
Shekou Cruise Homeport’s Bay Area sea tour routes and ferry services between Shekou and Hong Kong airport, Shekou and Macao, as well as Shekou and Zhuhai’s Jiuzhou Port have resumed normal operation.
From April 9, the tour routes between Shekou and Zhuhai’s Wailingding, Dongao and Guishan islands have resumed operation. Ferry services from Shekou to Zhongshan, as well as from Shenzhen airport to Zhongshan and to Zhuhai have not resumed at present.
Ferry passengers departing from Shenzhen to Zhuhai’s Jiuzhou Port need to present valid negative 48-hour nucleic acid test results. Those to and from Zhuhai’s islands are required to have valid negative 24-hour and 48-hour test results, respectively.
Ferry passengers departing from Shenzhen to Macao must have valid negative 24-hour nucleic acid test results.
ARTICLE FROM: Shenzhen Daily