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[Introduction]: Do you need nucleic acid tests for traveling to Shanghai during the Mid-Autumn Festival? Which areas require nucleic acid testing when traveling to Shanghai?

The Mid-Autumn Festival and the National Day in 2020 are combined. From October 1 to October 8, 2020, there will be a holiday for 8 days. So do you need nucleic acid tests to travel to Shanghai during the Mid-Autumn Festival?

Low risk areas in China

Nucleic acid detection: no need

According to the epidemic risk inquiry system of the State Council, as of September 7, 2020, there were 0 high-risk areas in 31 provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities, all of which were low-risk. Anyone who comes to Shanghai from low-risk areas and Macao with normal body temperature and holds “Guangdong Kang Code Blue code” or “Suikang code blue, green code” does not need to be isolated for 14 days. Among them, before entering Macao, you must complete nucleic acid testing, apply for “Macao health code” and “Guangdong health code”, and convert “Macao health code” to “Guangdong health code” to obtain customs clearance certificate.

Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan

Nucleic acid detection: Required

The full coverage of free nucleic acid tests will be carried out from the high-risk personnel in China, Macao, Hong Kong and Taiwan. Among them, during the 14-day centralized isolation period for personnel in high-risk areas, Hong Kong and Taiwan, the cost of accommodation and accommodation shall be paid by themselves.

Since August 26, the entry and exit administration department of Shanghai public security organ has resumed handling the travel endorsement (including team travel and individual travel endorsement) of Shanghai residents (including holders of Shanghai valid residence permit, the same below).

In order to coordinate the prevention and control of the epidemic and resume the normal exchanges between mainland and Macao personnel, since 0:00 on August 12, centralized isolation medical observation will no longer be carried out for 14 days for those entering the mainland from Macao.