According to the National Health Commission of China (NHCC) on November 11, they will ease some border restrictions for inbound travelers. The quarantine requirement will change from ”7+3 days” to “5+3 days”. The circuit breaker regulation will be dropped. “Two negative nucleic acid tests within 48 hours before boarding” will be changed to one test. Arbitrary lockdowns are prohibited.Secondary close contacts will no longer be traced.
The Civil Aviation Administration of China(CAAC) has decided to increase the number of international flights starting from this month. Our China office has reported repeatly that major hotel chains in Beijing and Shanghai have seen a dramatic uptick of booking requests of both FIT and groups from their foreign partners. Local tour guides are being recruited nationwide for training and preparation for the possible reopening early next year. Bus companies, restaurants and museums are all getting excited and ready to be up and run.
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UTOvacation is monitoring the real time situation in China every single day and will provide updates to our customers in a timely manner.
On a different note, from the incoming phonecall inquiries and the recent engine search on our website,"China reopen" and "China travel" have been surged spirally in resonance with the positive news appearing on the major media lately.
China plans easier border entry rules for some foreign tourists China Travel to Boom When Border Opens: Samsonite CEO Hong Kong to abolish hotel quarantine in bid to end city’s isolation China had been one of the top world travel destinations with 56 UNESCO world cultural heritage sites, ranking the second around the globe. Desperate travelers can not wait to go back to visit China after about 3 years lockdown.
We are monitoring the situation every single day and will follow up with our audience on our website or by newsletter once we have more updated information.