Exhibition Health Screening and Shenzhen Immigration & Quarantine Requirements

Face mask should be worn any time during your visiting to the trade fair.

In order to ensure the health and safety of everyone participating in the exhibition, according to the requirements of relevant Chinese authorities, all visitors must be real-name authenticated and checked for health status documents on-site.

Visitors with a PRC Resident Identity Card:

1

PRC Resident Identity Card

2

Negative Nucleic Acid Test Certificate for COVID-19 issued within 24 hours

3

Green health code on “Guangdong Health Code”

Visitors holding foreign passports / Mainland Travel Permits for Hong Kong and Macau Residents / Mainland Travel Permits for Taiwan Residents:

1

Identity Document (e.g. Passport / Mainland travel permit for Hong Kong and Macao residents / Mainland travel permit for Taiwan residents)

2

Negative Nucleic Acid Test Certificate for COVID-19 issued within 24 hours

3

Green Health Code on “Guangdong Health Code”

If you fail to provide the documents, the Organizer reserves the right to refuse admission according to the government’s policy. The admission fee paid will not be refunded.

Remarks: Completed vaccination for COVID-19 is recommended

Please note: All the policies and measures are subject to change. The below information is FOR REFERENCE ONLY.

Latest update on: 14th Nov, 2022

 
For foreign countries and regions to Shenzhen

1.VISA

All foreign visitors to PR China must apply for a visa and comply with the health requirement on entering into Chinese mainland. Regarding the detailed requirement and policies of specific countries or regions, please refer to Chinese Visa Application Service Center: https://www.visaforchina.org/

 Invitation Letter for VISA Application

We (the organizer) assist our visitors in applying for a visa by issuing our company's invitation letter, and visitors may apply this letter by filling in the application form. (Click Here)

2.QUARANTINE MEASURES

All Passengers (including those travelling on a diplomatic basis) departing from/transiting to all destinations in the Chinese mainland, are required to take a single COVID-19 PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) test within 48 hours before the scheduled departure time. The Test is required to be carried in clinics which are designated or recognised by relevant Chinese embassies or consulates.

Passengers must apply for the health code if tested negative before departure or before 7 p.m. of the departing day (Chinese citizens apply via Wechat “防疫健康码国际版”; Non-Chinese citizens apply via https://hrhk.cs.mfa.gov.cn/H5/). Health code (green code) will be distributed if accepted.

Passengers are recommended to bring the hard copies of the negative test reports in case of inspection.  Passengers may be declined to board if they refused to cooperate with the airline when verifying documents. Please check the requirements and the updates from local Chinese embassy.

All persons (including Chinese nationals) are required to complete a health declaration form, prior to their arrival in Chinese mainland. All travelers to Mainland China, regardless of vaccination status, are required to undergo a 5+3 quarantine model (5 days of centralized quarantine and 3 days of home quarantine) upon their arrival in Chinese Mainland. COVID-19 PCR tests will be carried out on the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 5th day of the centralized quarantine and the 1st and 3rd day of the home quarantine.

The hotel reservation Must Be Made in advance through the Shenzhen Municipal Government quarantine hotel online reservation system for inbound passengers.

For more detailed information regarding the travel restriction please refer to:

 
From Hong Kong to Shenzhen

Travellers travelling to Shenzhen from Hong Kong must bring
1. Verification of Shenzhen quarantine hotel reservation which is made in advance through the Shenzhen Municipal Government quarantine hotel online reservation system for inbound passengers: https://hk.sz.gov.cn (Chinese only)
2. Negative report for PCR test within 24 hours on the departure day
3. Booking confirmation SMS or screen capture of the special nucleic acid test on the day of departure from the online booking system

All travellers to Mainland China, regardless of vaccination status, are required to undergo a 5+3 quarantine model (5 days of centralized quarantine and 3 days of home quarantine) upon their arrival in Chinese Mainland. The tests for COVID-19 will be carried out.

Details of immigration & quarantine requirements of China:

List of the designated COVID-19 testing institutions recognised by the HKSAR Government

Return2hk – Travel Scheme for Hong Kong Residents Returning from the Mainland or Macao without being subject to quarantine