Air passengers from Singapore to China will not be allowed to board the planes directly with the standardized negative test certificates after December 1, according to the Chinese Embassy in Singapore on Thursday.
“In order to realize the full electronization of certificates of the nucleic acid and IgM anti-body tests, the current facilitation of direct flight boarding with standardized test certificate will be canceled.“ The Embassy said in a statement.
Chinese passengers, including those from the HK-Macao SAR and the Taiwan region, must upload the negative certificates of nucleic acid and IgM antibody test and apply to the Chinese Embassy for a green health code with the “HS” mark via the international version of Wechat epidemic prevention health code.
Foreign passengers must upload the negative certificates of nucleic acid and IgM antibody test and apply for a green health declaration code with the “HDC” mark via the webpage-based Health Declaration Certificate system.
Passengers are only allowed to board with the green health codes.
(Compiled by Liao Yuecen)