According to a Reuters report, Australian Prime Minister Albanese said on the 29th that although some countries have taken measures such as requiring new crown testing, Australia will not currently change the entry regulations for passengers from China.
According to the report, in response to this issue, Albanese told the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, “We will listen to the appropriate advice of health experts”, “There is currently no change in travel advice (between China and Australia), but we will continue to monitor the situation, and we will continue to monitor the situation.” The impact of COVID-19 in Australia and around the world”.
According to Australian media reports, at present, people entering Australia do not need to provide proof of vaccination, nor do they need to provide proof of a negative test for the new crown virus.
The Japanese Prime Minister recently announced that passengers from China to Japan will be tested upon arrival, and India has recently announced similar measures. In this regard, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Wang Wenbin stated on the 27th that since the outbreak of the epidemic three years ago, the Chinese government has always adhered to the principle of scientific precision, constantly optimized various epidemic prevention and control measures according to changes in the epidemic situation, and effectively coordinated epidemic prevention and control with economic and social development. The global solidarity against the epidemic and the recovery of the world economy have made important contributions.
Wang Wenbin said that at present, it is necessary for all parties to fight the epidemic scientifically and work together to ensure the safe exchange of people from various countries; maintain the stability of the global industrial chain and supply chain, and promote the recovery of the world economy. China always believes that the epidemic prevention measures of various countries should be scientific and appropriate, and should not affect normal personnel exchanges.