All the arrivals will have to do a COVID-19 virus test
China.- Although Chinese cases had decreased in the last days, Guangdong province has imposed a 14-day mandatory quarantine for all arrivals as of 6am on Friday 27 March.
The measure is for travellers from overseas, including Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan and all of them will have to do a COVID-19 virus test.
According to Xinhua News Agency, specific personnel who help ensure normal life and production in Hong Kong and Macau and drivers and ship crew members who ferry badly needed supplies across Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macau will not be quarantined for the time being, but all need to undergo nucleic acid testing.
Xinhua said that Guangdong will closely monitor the overseas epidemic situation and strengthen communication and cooperation with the governments of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (SAR) and Macau SAR to further stem the spread of the novel coronavirus from overseas.