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Reminder for the Passengers Travel to Australia Focusing on Epidemic Prevention Requirements

According to Australian government announcement, the passengers who take Beijing Capital flight to Australia have to follow below epidemic prevention requirements:

I.If you are arriving in Australia (including direct and transiting through other countries) after 5 January 2023 from China, Hong Kong or Macao, you must provide evidence of a negative COVID-19 test taken in the 48 hours before your scheduled departure date, and must be ready to show this evidence when boarding for your flight. You may need to show it again for customs once you arrive in Australia.

Rapid antigen test (RAT) and nucleic acid amplification technology (NAA) tests, including Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR), are accepted tests. RAT tests must be administered or supervised by a medical practitioner. A result from your testing provider can be used as evidence of a negative test if a NAA test is used. If a RAT is used, a certificate from the medical practitioner administering, or supervising, the test will be required. This certificate must include: date and time of the test; name of the individual tested; type of test conducted; brand and make of the test; certification that the specimen for the test was collected, and the test was carried out, by or under the supervision of a medical practitioner; result of the test; signature of the medical practitioner providing the certificate.

If your flight is delayed you do not need a new test, however, if your flight is rescheduled or cancelled you will need to be able to provide evidence of a negative result from a COVID-19 test taken no more than 48 hours before the new scheduled departure date.


i.are a child under 12 years old on the day of your scheduled departure

ii.have recent evidence from a medical practitioner (from the last 30 days) that you have a medical condition that prevents you from taking a COVID-19 test

iii.have evidence from a medical practitioner that you have had and recovered from COVID-19 in the 30 days prior to your scheduled flight. This evidence needs to include: the date you were assessed by the medical practitioner; a statement you had COVID-19 but are now considered recovered and not infectious; the date of your first positive COVID-19 test and a statement this is at least 7 days before your assessment; a statement you have not had a fever or respiratory symptoms in the last 72 hours.

iv.are on an emergency medical evacuation flight

Details as below Australian government website:


III.Details of prohibited items as following website:


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