China: Beijing Municipal Authorities Announce Strict COVID-19 Control Measures

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   CH2022-0046

At a recent Beijing municipal press conference, authorities announced that effective April 1, 2022, imported cold-chain food products will be rejected if shipped into Beijing without prior inspection appointments at a Beijing Entry Checkpoint. Food industry analysts in Beijing have reported this measure as the strictest prevention and control of COVID-19 measure for imported cold-chain food products to date.

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