Epidemics have “occurred at multiple points” in 17 provinces of China! Urgently announce the suspension of the issuance of ordinary passports to restrict the entry and exit of nationals | China | 新头壳 Newtalk

The National Immigration Administration of China announced that it will temporarily not issue ordinary passports and other entry and exit documents for non-essential and non-emergency exits.Picture: People’s Daily

The Wuhan pneumonia epidemic in China broke out again in various parts of the country. The Chinese Health Commission confirmed today (4) that there have been confirmed cases of Wuhan pneumonia in 17 provinces. The National Immigration Administration of China announced on the same day that in order to strictly prevent the importation of the epidemic, China will strictly restrict the cross-border movement of non-emergency and non-essential people. For non-essential and non-emergency exits, entry and exit documents such as ordinary passports will not be issued temporarily.

The Joint Defense and Joint Control Mechanism of the State Council of China held a press conference today. Liu Haitao, Director of Border Inspection Management of the National Immigration Administration of China, emphasized at the meeting that the current rebound of overseas epidemics is “very obvious” and China’s “foreign defense import” epidemic is facing a severe situation. China will strengthen entry and exit management at ports and borders, strictly prevent the import of epidemics, and strengthen various measures to “weave a strong line of defense against foreign imports.”

Liu Haitao pointed out that the first is to further tighten port border management. At air ports, special inspections of overseas flights are implemented, entry and exit inspections are strictly enforced, and the inspection and management of personnel in the import and export port management areas are strictly enforced; The management measures of “boarding and not relying on the ship”. As for land ports, it strictly implements the “passenger-stop-cargo” policy, and implements strict entry-exit management and epidemic prevention management measures.

Liu Haitao continued that the Immigration Administration will strictly examine and approve the issuance of entry and exit documents for citizens, and will temporarily not issue ordinary passports and other entry and exit documents for non-essential and non-emergency exits, and will severely crack down on cross-border illegal and criminal activities, and strengthen relations with neighboring countries. Law enforcement cooperation of countries and regions. These include rigorous investigations and crackdowns on smuggling illegalities, severe penalties for people smuggling, and resolutely preventing the epidemic from entering the country by illegal immigrants.

In addition, China’s National Health Commission spokesperson Mi Feng said today that the current Wuhan pneumonia epidemic in China is showing “multiple occurrences and local outbreaks.” As of 9 a.m. on August 4, a total of 17 provinces had confirmed cases and no cases. There are now 144 areas with moderate and high-risk epidemics in China, which have reached the highest number since the normalization of epidemic prevention and control. Chinese officials have ordered a ban to quickly stop the spread of the epidemic and called on the public to get a pneumonia vaccine in Wuhan, China.

The Wuhan pneumonia epidemic in China broke out again in various parts of the country. The Chinese Health Commission confirmed today (4) that there have been confirmed cases of Wuhan pneumonia in 17 provinces. The National Immigration Administration of China announced on the same day that in order to strictly prevent the importation of the epidemic, China will strictly restrict the cross-border movement of non-emergency and non-essential people. For non-essential and non-emergency exits, entry and exit documents such as ordinary passports will not be issued temporarily.

The Joint Defense and Joint Control Mechanism of the State Council of China held a press conference today. Liu Haitao, Director of Border Inspection Management of the National Immigration Administration of China, emphasized at the meeting that the current rebound of overseas epidemics is “very obvious” and China’s “foreign defense import” epidemic is facing a severe situation. China will strengthen entry and exit management at ports and borders, strictly prevent the import of epidemics, and strengthen various measures to “weave a strong line of defense against foreign imports.” The Immigration Administration will strictly examine and approve the issuance of entry and exit documents for citizens. For non-essential and non-emergency exit reasons, it will temporarily not issue ordinary passports and other entry and exit documents.

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