From January 8, 2023, China will remove all nucleic acid testing measures against Covid-19 at border gates for goods imported into the country.
The Asia-Africa Market Department (Ministry of Industry and Commerce) has just updated the above information for companies exporting goods to China. Accordingly, this bureau said that the General Administration of Customs of China has issued a notice containing some content related to notable import and export goods.
Specifically, from January 8, 2023, all nucleic acid testing measures for Covid-19 prevention at border gates will be removed for imported goods (including frozen foods).
The concerned provinces (autonomous regions) resume the activities of goods clearance and passenger transportation at border gates in an orderly and stable manner according to classification and order.
“Places with agricultural production areas targeting exports to the Chinese market should continue to actively update information on the situation of goods cleared through border ports and work closely with the northern border provinces in coordinating the flow of exported goods through the area,” noted the Asia-Africa Market Section.
So, after almost 2 years of continuing the “zero Covid” policy and tightening the import process, China has gradually lifted the regulations.
The Chinese government will also open the border and completely lift isolation measures to prevent the Covid-19 epidemic from January 8, 2023. This decision is Beijing’s latest step in canceling the Zero Covid-19 epidemic prevention policy that China has applied in the past. 3 years. Covid-19 testing with Vietnamese goods from January 8
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