South Korea will lift post-arrival COVID-19 entry requirements for travelers from China beginning 10 March 2023
The government of South Korea will lift post-arrival COVID-19 entry testing requirements for incoming passengers from China, effective 1 March 2023. However, the government will continue to require travelers arriving from China to:
- Demonstrate proof of negative COVID-19 PCR test taken no more than 48 hours prior to departure.
- Undergo COVID-19 quarantine procedures.
- Upload any required documents and information to the Q-CODE system.
What are the Changes?
Starting 1 March 2023, South Korea will eliminate post-arrival COVID-19 entry testing for passengers from China. However, it will still require proof of negative PCR tests before departure, quarantine procedures and submission of necessary documents through the Q-CODE system.
Continue to check the government of South Korea’s website and Envoy’s website for the latest updates and information.
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