Immigration Bureau: Mainland residents with entry records within 14 days resolutely prevent re-exit

Home Health Immigration Bureau: Mainland residents with entry records within 14 days resolutely prevent re-exit

Original title: Immigration Bureau: Mainland residents with entry records within 14 days resolutely prevent re-exit. left the country

Liu Haitao said that if foreign tourists who come to China are found to have in violation of regulations during the quarantine, they will be handed over to the relevant competent authority for legal treatment and will be prohibited from Re-entry within a certain period of time in the future.

On March 30, the State Council ’s joint prevention and control mechanism held a press conference. Liu Haitao, director of the Border Inspection and Management Department of the State Immigration Bureau, said at the meeting that for mainland residents who leave the border, border inspection personnel must check the latest entry records during the inspection. If an entry record is found within 14 days, it must be resolutely prevented from leaving the country and handed over to the competent department in the territory to handle it according to law.

Liu Haitao said that if foreign tourists who come to China are found to be in violation of regulations during the quarantine, they will be handed over to relevant authorities in accordance with the law and will be banned from entering the country again within a certain period of time.

Liu Haitao emphasized at the meeting that I would also like to solemnly remind Chinese and foreign entry and exit personnel to consciously abide by the requirements of the centralized quarantine measures after entry. It is illegal to enter or leave the country in violation of the centralized quarantine rules. Immigration and border inspection agencies will transfer them after they find out Relevant competent authorities shall deal with it according to law. The immigration and border inspection authorities also recently discovered that mainland residents still travel to and from the epidemic-critical countries through non-essential reasons such as tourism and visits, increasing the risk of infection. The relevant passengers are also advised here to delay or cancel outbound trips as unnecessary as possible, taking into account the overall situation of epidemic prevention and epidemic prevention, as well as life safety and physical health.

Editor-in-chief: Zhang Yiling