Turkey : Last minute … Corona virus alarm in the world! China warns the Turks: Don’t go out on the street

The statements made by the Beijing Embassy are as follows:

* The highest level of public health emergency throughout the city in the context of Beijing Municipality’s fight against coronavirus, in an announcement for foreign citizens living in Beijing received from Beijing Municipality’s Foreign Relations Department of the People’s Republic of China. ”) Is reported.

* The municipality allows residents to stay in their homes; It encourages the municipality’s website (www.beijing.gov.cn) to regularly follow the “Weibo” and “WeChat” accounts of the Municipal Health Office and not go out on the streets unless it is mandatory.

* Continuing the announcement, city residents to avoid crowded places; If they go out on the streets, they are required to wear medical masks and to have a health check if they show signs of fever, cough and weakness.

* The announcement also states that city residents who travel to places where the coronavirus has spread extensively or who come into contact with people from those areas should contact local authorities immediately.

* A list of 101 clinics and 20 hospitals identified for suspected coronavirus cases across the city is reported and is reported to be available in eight languages ​​(English, French, German, Russian, Spanish, Japanese, Korean and Arabic) on 24-hour emergency lines (12345 for Beijing).


* The National Migration Service of the People’s Republic of China made a statement about the current migration and entry-exit arrangements in the context of combating the new coronavirus outbreak.

* Noteworthy issues in the explanation are summarized below.

* All port visa units continue their activities except for exit from Wuhan ports. Visa-free transit policies for foreigners are still in force. All of China’s land, sea and airports are operational. There is no obstacle for foreigners to enter and exit with valid international travel documents.

* Reducing transboundary movements will help prevent and control the outbreak. Therefore, it would be beneficial for the foreigners to plan to travel to China in a reasonable manner, while the residents of China will continue to stay in China.

* Due to the entry restrictions imposed by some countries, foreigners who will leave China must learn the rules of entry in their destination country in order to avoid loss in terms of cost and time.

* It is important for those who will travel to countries that do not have entry restrictions from China to arrive at the port they will depart early, taking into account that the transactions may take a long time.

* Foreigners who show signs of acute respiratory infection such as fever, cough, breathing difficulties should avoid international travel and start receiving treatment at the nearest hospital. Foreigners in this situation are expected to share information about their recent activities and close contact with relevant authorities to support epidemic control measures.

* All entry and exit administrations in China will be in operation to ensure that foreigners residing in China perform their procedures such as issuing / extending a residence permit. An appointment system will be used to ensure that there is no crowd during entry-exit procedures. Entrance and exit administrations will be able to provide additional services for institutions with a high number of foreigners such as universities and firms.

* It is envisaged to impose a penalty reduction or exemption on foreigners who cannot leave their places in China within the specified time due to epidemic prevention measures or who cannot extend their residence permits on time.

* In order to prevent the spread of the epidemic in China, it is recommended to stay away from crowded environments, to cooperate with the people and officials in their neighborhoods in the context of fighting the epidemic, and to request that the establishments in their neighborhood take protective measures.

* Mainland Chinese citizens are also able to enter or exit China using all land, sea and airports, with valid international travel documents, excluding exit ports in Wuhan. The points recommended above for foreigners also apply to Mainland Chinese citizens. According to available information, South Korea, North Korea, Kazakhstan, Malaysia, Philippines, Australia, Qatar, Japan, Vietnam, India, UK, Indonesia, France, Myanmar, Italy, United Arab are among the countries that impose entry restrictions on mainland China travelers. Emirates and Sri Lanka.

* Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, Macau Special Administrative Region and Taiwan impose a travel restriction for those coming from the mainland of China. Passengers who have access to these areas but cannot enter due to the coronavirus epidemic will be able to extend their valid entry visa free of charge as soon as the travel restrictions imposed are removed.

* It is recommended that people who need to depart from mainland China to contact relevant diplomatic missions, airline companies and inviting institutions and persons in destination countries for travel planning.

* Chinese citizens are recommended to postpone their travel document applications, except for emergencies. The Hubei Province Entry-Exit Administration temporarily suspended travel documents for Chinese citizens. Under normal circumstances, application centers outside of Hubei Province are expected to start their activities after the Chinese New Year holiday. There is an online appointment system to prevent crowd in the centers. Those who urgently wish to apply for a travel document (including those in Hubei Province) can contact the entry-exit administration in their area.

* International passengers can travel from Wuhan Tianhe International Airport and Hankou Ferry Terminal only through the entrance and exit permits obtained from Chinese authorities.

* Within the scope of combating coronavirus, automatic passenger crossing gates have been temporarily stopped at some border crossings. In this case, passengers are required to use the passes under the control of border officials, following normal procedures. Border officials can take additional measures in transit, in cooperation with other institutions. Passengers are expected to comply with additional measures in cooperation with staff.

* Passengers who experience respiratory tract infections with symptoms such as difficulty breathing and coughing should delay their travels immediately, stay away from crowded places and receive health care from the nearest health clinic.

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