Travel information (week of June 22)

Published on 2020-06-24

• Following the confirmation of the Xinfadi wholesale food market outbreak in Beijing on June 13, the total number of cases linked to this cluster now stands at 137 (information accurate as of June 17).

· Lockdowns have been imposed in some parts of the capital designated as high-risk or medium-risk zones. See below for list of risk-designated Beijing districts:

Designated risk level

Beijing risk zones 

High risk

Southern FengTai district – HuaXiang area

Medium risk 

XiCheng district

HaiDian district

FengTai district

DaXing district

ChaoYang district

DongCheng district

FangShan district

ShiJingShan district

MenTouGou district 

* Information accurate as of Jun 17

·      Some cities across China have started to issue orders for quarantine of travellers from Beijing. These include Shandong, Zhejiang, Sichuan, Liaoning, Heilongjiang, Fujian, and Shanghai, who have introduced a range of quarantine measures. 

Click here for details to the list of Chinese provinces and municipalities with details of their respective quarantine orders.  

·      Travellers who have booked travel into Beijing over the next two weeks are encouraged to reschedule where possible.   

·      However, if you plan to continue with your travels into Beijing or even anywhere else in the world, below is a handy traveller checklist to help you prepare for the trip!

If you have any queries or would like to speak to a professional travel management company for advice on business travel, please contact our Shanghai Business Development Manager Derek Xiang (