From January 8, Shanghai will adjust relevant management measures for inbound personnel

"Shanghai release" WeChat official account news, Shanghai Municipal Leading Group Office for Epidemic Prevention and Control Work released relevant management measures for entry personnel after "Class B and Class B management", as follows:

1、 From 0:00 on January 8, 2023, new arrivals in Shanghai will undergo nucleic acid testing 48 hours before their departure. Those who are negative can come to China. If they are positive, relevant personnel should return to China after turning negative.

2、 From 0:00 on January 8, 2023, the nucleic acid testing and centralized isolation of all personnel after entry will be cancelled. Those whose health declaration is normal and there is no abnormality in the customs port routine quarantine can be released to the public. For personnel with abnormal health declaration or fever and other symptoms, the customs shall conduct antigen testing. If the result is positive, if it is an asymptomatic infected person or a mild case without serious basic diseases, it can be taken at home, isolated at home or self-care. In other cases, it is recommended to go to medical institutions for diagnosis and treatment as soon as possible.

3、 For those who have entered the country and are still under quarantine management in Shanghai, they will complete a nucleic acid test on January 7. If the nucleic acid test results are positive, they can choose to live at home, live in isolation or go to hospital independently; If the nucleic acid test result is negative, the person will be released from isolation and enter the society.

4、 From 0:00 on January 8, 2023, no "health code" will be assigned to inbound personnel; Meanwhile, at 0:00 on January 8, the red code of "health code" of the existing immigration personnel was cancelled.

5、 Subsequently, dynamically adjust the prevention and control measures according to relevant national policies. Please continue to do a good job in personal protection, adhere to the "three pieces" and "five demands". Wear masks regularly, wash hands frequently and ventilate frequently, and keep social distance. The elderly, especially those with basic diseases, should reduce unnecessary going out and strengthen personal protection. Get vaccinated against COVID-19 as soon as possible, and be the first person responsible for your health. (Issued in Shanghai)