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China strengthens border management to prevent imported cases
Published on: 2021-11-08
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China's National Immigration Administration has taken a series of actions to strengthen prevention work on border ports amid the latest flare-ups in China, including no-contact methods to take over imported goods and intensifying border patrol to crack down on illegal border crossing.

A series of measures have been taken, including guiding citizens not to go abroad if it is not necessary and strictly implement entry policies for foreigners. For athletes coming to attend the Beijing Winter Olympics, they will be under a closed-loop management to ensure the safety of the prevention work.

The National Immigration Administration also asked border ports to strengthen management on overseas flights and charted flights; carry on the policies of no boarding or no stopping if not necessary for overseas ships. Trucks that go through the land border ports should use designated routes. No-contact models should be taken for the imported goods to prevent spreading of the coronavirus via imported goods or related working staff.

The authority also asked related departments to intensify border patrols and promote law enforcement with neighboring countries to prevent spreading of the virus. There should be guards on frozen boundary rivers to stop illegal border crossing.





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