China reduces COVID-19 isolation period for all inbound travelers, PU letters no longer required for business visitors

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EY Global

11 Jul 2022 PDF
Subject Tax Alert
Categories Immigration
Jurisdictions China

Individuals traveling to China Mainland must now isolate at a government-designated hotel (i.e., undergo centralized isolation) for 7 days (previously 14 days) and then monitor their health in a private accommodation (i.e., undergo home health monitoring) for three days. In addition, certain business visitors are no longer required to obtain Official Invitation (PU) letters prior to applying for business (M or F) visas.

A Tax Alert prepared by EY's People Advisory Services group, and attached below, provides additional details.

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