Negative NAT Result Not Required for Low-Risk Area Arrivals

As of July 10th, Beijing has reported no newly confirmed local COVID-19 cases for five consecutive days, and the epidemic control situation continues to improve.

For normal production and life to resume in an orderly manner while continuing to strictly implement epidemic control, Beijing will no longer require people coming (or returning) to the city to provide negative nucleic acid test results, as long as they pass body temperature checks, have a green code on “Health Kit” (Jiankangbao), and take proper personal protection measures. For those from medium- and high-risk areas in the rest of the country, however, they still need to provide negative test results within seven days.

Source: July 11th Beijing municipal press conference on COVID-19 prevention and control