China requires all inbound passengers to provide a negative nucleic acid test result before their flights, its civil aviation regulator said on Tuesday, as part of efforts to curb cross-border spread of COVID-19 amid increased international travel.
People entering the Chinese mainland from Hong Kong via Shenzhen, must hold a certificate indicating they have tested negative for the novel coronavirus.
Flight CZ3898, operated by China Southern Airlines, took off at Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport at 9:42 am and safely landed in Chaoshan International Airport in Jieyang city in eastern Guangdong province at 10:36 am on Wednesday.
Starting at 6 am on Wednesday, people entering Guangdong province from the Macao special administrative region will not be required to undergo two weeks of quarantine.
Feng Caixia began working at a toy factory in Lianzhang village, her hometown in Qingyuan, Guangdong province, in 2017 after quitting her job of seven years at a shoe factory in the Pearl River Delta region.
On the night of July 1, Foshan New City Century Lotus Sports Center and the Fang Tower, two landmarks in Foshan, debuted their brand-new night time look, projecting transfixing patterns of light and color.