The photo taken on March 14 shows the exterior of China International Exhibition Center in Beijing, which was converted into a temporary transfer and distribution station for inbound passengers with no fever, cough or other symptoms after airport quarantine. (Photos: Xinhua; compiled by Bao Han)
The signs inside the distribution station taken on March 14 show people bound for Beijing and other places should walk through different exits. Overseas arrivals would be divided into two groups according to their destination. Beijing has set up distribution points according to 16 districts, while other provinces or cities also set up temporary points.
The photo taken on March 14 shows the Beijing distribution point. Passengers bound for Beijing will be transferred to a local centralized point for 14 days of quarantine observation. Those bound for other places will also be arranged for unified transfer.
The photo taken on March 14 shows the exit of the distribution points of other places besides Beijing. Passengers are required to perform health declarations and temperature screening before leaving airport customs, and temperature screening again before entering the distribution center.
The photo taken on March 14 shows the waiting area of the transfer and distribution center. Each distribution point is responsible for the inspection and emergency treatment of health problems such as fever and cough.
On March 14, staff in various languages of Beijing’s Chaoyang distribution point ask passengers for information. Eight kilometers away from the Beijing Capital International Airport, the center is relatively independent from the outside to implement enclosed management. It also has wide internal space and good ventilation, which is convenient for district work.
The photo taken on March 14 shows the distribution point of Beijing’s Haidian District. The W4 and E4 halls requisitioned for distribution are located at the northernmost end of the center, covering a total of 28,000 square meters.
On March 14, a passenger bound for Guangdong province fills out personal information at the distribution center.
Two Russian passengers who flew from Bangkok to Beijing complete the relevant procedures at the distribution point of Beijing’s Tongzhou District, Beijing on March 14.
On March 14, a passenger from South Korea to Beijing reads a newspaper in the waiting area of the center.
The staff of Hebei’s distribution point prepare to transfer the passengers bound for Hebei at the parking lot on March 14.
A group of passengers bound for Hebei Province leave the center under the guidance of staff and took a transfer minibus on March 14.
The photo taken on March 14 shows minibuses bound for various provinces and cities at the center’s parking lot.