After the Spring Festival holiday, Beijing Daxing International Airport has seen a gradual increase in incoming flights and passengers. According to Beijing's measures on pandemic prevention and control, from January 28 to March 15, travelers arriving from domestic low-risk areas must provide negative nucleic acid test (NAT) results obtained within the past seven days upon arrival, undergo health monitoring for 14 days and take nucleic acid tests on their 7th and 14th day after arrival in Beijing. Airlines or departure airports are now performing checks over travelers' negative nucleic acid test results before allowing them to board.
Beijing Daxing International Airport also requires outgoing passengers flying out of Daxing International Airport to undergo temperature and health QR code screenings when entering the terminal. Further verification during boarding process may be performed by airlines according to the requirements of destinations. In addition, it is recommended that passengers contact their airlines and destination airport prior to departure to confirm whether relevant pandemic prevention and control regulations will require negative nucleic acid test results or other documentation.
(Note: Content source is from Beijing Daily.)