驻马来西亚使馆 2020年9月2日 外交部全球领事保护与服务应急热线（24小时）： +86-10-12308 +86-10-59913991
驻马来西亚使馆领事保护与协助电话： +60321645301（24小时） +60129875908 （工作日上午09:30-11:30，下午14:00-16:00）
1. According to the latest Chinese notice, in order to reduce the risk of cross-border transmission of the epidemic, starting from September 8, 2020, Chinese and foreign passengers departing from Malaysia for flights to China must present a nucleic acid within 3 days (within 72 hours) before boarding. The negative test certificate applies for the green health code or health status statement with the "HS" logo, and the airline checks the green health code or health status statement with the "HS" logo before boarding. All Chinese and foreign passengers travelling from Malaysia to China are requested to arrange their nucleic acid test time according to the latest notice, so as not to affect their itinerary due to the time limit of the nucleic acid test report. Warm reminder: The validity period of the nucleic acid code and health statement is calculated from the date of issuance of the test certificate. Since the time required for each testing agency to issue a test certificate varies, it is recommended that Chinese and foreign passengers who intend to take a flight to China can ask the testing agency in advance about the time required to issue a test certificate, and arrange the nucleic acid test time reasonably. If a Chinese passenger obtains a negative test certificate, please take a photo and upload it through the WeChat Mini Program of the International Version of the Epidemic Prevention Health Code as soon as possible. Please avoid uploading the test certificate on the day of boarding so that the embassy and consulate can complete the nucleic acid test review as soon as possible.
2. The validity period of the nucleic acid test negative certificate for Chinese and foreign passengers departing from a third country and transiting to China via Malaysia shall be subject to the time limit notified by the Chinese embassy in the place of origin. Since Malaysia currently prohibits foreigners from entering the country, the allowable transit time at the airport is only 48 hours, and the airport transit area does not have the conditions for nucleic acid testing. For example, the transit passenger has not obtained the green health code with the "HS" mark or the health status statement at the place of departure , Will directly face the risk of the original plane returning to the place of origin or being arrested and detained for staying at the airport for more than 48 hours. Therefore, Chinese and foreign passengers who go to China via a transit flight in Malaysia must obtain a green health code or health status statement with the "HS" mark at the place of departure, and must ensure that the nucleic acid code or health status statement is transferred to Malaysia. Is still valid.
3. For other matters, please continue to follow the “Notice on Implementing Passengers on Malaysia Flights to China with a Negative Coronavirus Nucleic Acid Test Certificate” issued by our Embassy on August 4 and the “Embassy in Malaysia reminds again to go to China” on August 21. Passengers in China should do a nucleic acid test and pay attention to the validity period of the nucleic acid code or health status declaration. Embassy of China in Malaysia 2 September 2020
FAQ about Nucleic Acid Testing Measures for Passengers on Flights from Malaysia to China before Boarding 08/09/2020
答：不能。中国相关部门只接受核酸检测（PCR）结果，不接受血清抗体、快速检测等（RTK、Rapid Antigen Test等）其他新冠病毒检测结果，请预约检测前联系医疗机构了解检测类型详情。
驻马来西亚使馆领事保护与协助电话： +60321645301（24小时） +60129875908 （工作日上午09：30-11：30，下午14：00-16：00）
Question 1: How to understand the relevant notification requirement "Only the negative nucleic acid test certificate issued within 3 days (72 hours) can board the plane"?
Answer: The date of issuance of the negative nucleic acid test certificate shall prevail. For example, if the test date is September 9th, and the certificate issuance date (or the date of signing) is September 10th, the boarding time of the flight should be no later than September 13th, that is, the flight can still be boarded on September 13th. Please contact the testing agency in advance to confirm the time when the relevant certificate is issued.
Question 2: Do I need to go to a designated testing agency for nucleic acid testing?
Answer: Yes. Passengers departing from Malaysia must undergo nucleic acid testing at a testing agency announced by the Ministry of Health of Malaysia. The method to query the website of the relevant institution is as follows: Go to the website http://covid-19.moh.gov.my/fasiliti-kesihatan/hospital-swasta-dan-klinik-swasta-berdaftar-untuk-covid19, and then click "Muat Turun", Enter the download interface of the list of medical institutions, you can choose the nearest medical institution for testing by yourself, and you need to pay for it yourself. Please contact the testing agency in advance to confirm the time when the relevant certificate is issued.
Question 3: Can new coronavirus antibody testing (serum testing) replace nucleic acid testing?
Answer: No. Relevant Chinese authorities only accept nucleic acid test (PCR) results, and do not accept other new coronavirus test results such as serum antibodies, rapid tests (RTK, Rapid Antigen Test, etc.). Please contact medical institutions for details of test types before making an appointment for testing.
Question 4: Do I still need to declare my health status for 14 consecutive days before returning to my country to apply for a health code (small airplane logo)?
Answer: No need. Chinese passengers only need to apply for a nucleic acid code when returning from Malaysia. Please enter the "Entry B" in the WeChat applet of the "International Health Code for Epidemic Prevention", and declare the green nucleic acid code with the "HS" mark in the middle.
Question 5: How long does it take for embassies and consulates to review and issue nucleic acid codes?
Answer: If your nucleic acid test negative certificate matches the information reported in the system, the embassy or consulate will review and issue the nucleic acid code within 24 hours after you upload it. Because the embassy and consulates need some time to review, please upload the negative nucleic acid certificate as soon as possible after obtaining the nucleic acid negative certificate. Please do not upload the certificate on the day of the flight or the day before, so as not to delay your itinerary. In case of emergency, please call or email the embassy or consulate, and the embassy or consulate will provide necessary assistance as appropriate.
Question 6: What should I pay attention to when receiving a negative nucleic acid test certificate?
Answer: The negative nucleic acid test certificate should contain your identity information, the negative result of the new coronavirus nucleic acid test, the time when the certificate is issued, and the agency seal or authorized person's signature. Please check on the spot whether the above information is accurate when you obtain the nucleic acid negative certificate, whether there are any mistakes or omissions in your name, gender, date of birth, passport number, etc. Negative nucleic acid certificates that do not match the above information will be considered invalid.
Question 7: Do I have to bring a test certificate to board the plane?
Answer: Yes. Passengers going to China should carry the paper test certificate with them. If it is an electronic version, please print it and carry it.
Question 8: Why did the embassy and consulate say that I did not receive it when I registered my information in the program and submitted a negative nucleic acid test certificate?
Answer: When submitting the application in the procedure, please carefully check the name of the testing organization and its consular area, and be sure to send it to the embassy or consulate-general in the consular area of the testing organization. Or it should be submitted to the consulate general for review but submitted to the embassy.
Question 9: What will cause the review to fail, and what should be done after it fails?
Answer: There are mainly the following situations for failure: 1. The invoice, receipt, or photo of the person uploaded in the program is not a negative nucleic acid test certificate; 2. The test certificate is filled in the program and sent by email but not sent to the embassy or consulate Send by designated mailbox; 3. Skip the mini program and send email directly to the designated mailbox of the embassy and consulate, but fail to confirm "I send by email" in the mini program, resulting in no applicant information in the review system; 4. Upload the test certificate picture not Clear or incomplete information will affect the reading of information; 5. Fill in the flight date or the time when the test certificate is issued; 6. The test certificate is issued more than 3 days from the flight time to China; 7. The nucleic acid test report is positive; 8. Filling in the personal name, passport number and date of birth is inconsistent with the personal information in the test certificate; 9. The foreign passenger applies the declaration of health status, but submits the nucleic acid code review application, etc. In order to avoid the above situation to the greatest extent, please carefully check the relevant content when obtaining the nucleic acid negative certificate, accurately fill in the information when uploading, and select the name of the testing organization correctly. In case of failure in the review, please follow the system feedback prompts to correct the relevant errors and upload the declaration again. If the information on the negative nucleic acid certificate is incorrect, please contact the medical institution to reissue it in time and upload a new report to apply for the nucleic acid code.
Question 10: Do infants and young children need to undergo nucleic acid testing? Answer: For infants under 3 years old (including 3 years old) and the local testing agency does not test them, as long as the accompanying guardian meets the flight criteria, nucleic acid testing is not required. However, the on-site temperature of the airline must be normal and the parents must sign the disclaimer on the spot. For infants and young children who have departed from a third country and transferred back to the country via Malaysia, they must comply with the relevant requirements of the Chinese embassy in the country.
Question 11: Do I need a nucleic acid code or a statement of health status when departing from a third country and transiting to China via Malaysia?
Answer: Yes. Since August 20th, nucleic acid testing measures have been implemented on flights from Malaysia to China. According to relevant regulations, Chinese and foreign passengers, including those who depart from a third country and transit to China via Malaysia, must obtain a nucleic acid code or health statement in the country of origin in advance, and must be in Malaysia within the validity period of the nucleic acid code or health statement. Transit flight.
Since Malaysia currently prohibits foreigners from entering the country, the allowable transit time at the airport is only 48 hours, and the airport transit area does not have the conditions for nucleic acid testing. For example, the transit passenger has not obtained the green health code with the "HS" mark or the health status statement at the place of departure , Will directly face the risk of the original plane returning to the place of origin or being arrested and detained for staying at the airport for more than 48 hours. Therefore, Chinese and foreign passengers who are going to China via a transit flight in Malaysia must obtain a green health code or health status statement with the "HS" mark at the place of departure, and ensure that the nucleic acid code or health status statement when transferring to Malaysia Still valid.
Question 12: If the flight is delayed or rescheduled, do I need to do the nucleic acid test again?
Answer: If the flight is delayed and the nucleic acid code you hold cannot be used at the scheduled departure time, you can negotiate with the airline to allow boarding. If the flight is rescheduled and the nucleic acid code becomes invalid, you need to redo the nucleic acid test and adjust the corresponding itinerary to apply for a new valid nucleic acid code.
Question 13: What are the precautions for transiting through a third country?
Answer: When transiting to a country that has implemented boarding with a negative nucleic acid test certificate (please click on the link to view https://hr.cs.mfa.gov.cn/help_two/help-two/gj.html for the list of relevant countries), you You will also be required to show a nucleic acid code or a declaration of health status (for foreign passengers). Please make sure that the nucleic acid code or health statement is still valid at the time of transfer, otherwise you may face the risk of boarding at the transfer location.
Question 14: After completing the nucleic acid test before going to China, do I still need to be isolated after entering China?
Answer: The negative certificate of nucleic acid test is a boarding requirement. Regarding the quarantine policy after arriving in China, please consult the local government of the entry city. For details, please refer to the relevant local government website.
Question 15: If there are other questions, how should I consult?
Answer: For common questions when applying, such as: how to determine the "nucleic acid certificate issuance date", "nucleic acid code validity period", etc., please click the following link https://hr.cs.mfa.gov.cn/help_two/help-two /hs.html, view the "FAQs for Chinese Citizens Nucleic Acid Test Certificate Application".
If you have other questions related to nucleic acid testing, please call the Global Consular Protection and Service Emergency Hotline (24 hours) of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs: +86-10-12308, +86-10-59913991, or according to the consular district of the Chinese Embassy in Malaysia , Dial the following telephone consultation:
Consular Protection and Assistance Telephone Numbers of the Embassy in Malaysia: +60321645301 (24 hours) +60129875908 (09:30-11:30 in the morning on weekdays, 14:00-16:00 in the afternoon)
Consular protection and assistance telephone of the Consulate General in Kuching: +60128861953
Consular protection and assistance telephone of the Consulate General of Penang: +601110592308
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