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Updated Notice of Requirements for China-bound Passengers from Lesotho
2021/04/16
 

In order to specify the requirements for the China-bound passengers who have a history of being infected by COVID-19, the Embassy revised article V of the Notice of Requirements for China-bound Passengers from Lesotho dated 15 Feb., 2021on the website of the Chinese Embassy in Lesotho, while other articles remain unchanged. The following is the latest version.    

I. China-bound passengers from Lesotho can only transit once (via no more than one country). Passengers whose itineraries do not meet the above requirements will be denied green Health Codes with the "HS" mark or a Green Health Declaration Code with the "HDC" mark (both hereinafter referred as Health Codes), which are needed for boarding China-bound flights.

II. China-bound passengers from Lesotho must take nucleic acid and IgM anti-body tests both at Lesotho and the transit country, no matter they travel to the transit country by flights or cars (refer for details to the Notice of Requirements for China-bound Passengers to Obtain COVID-19 Negative Certificates of Both Nucleic Acid and Anti-body Blood Tests dated 1 February 2021 on the website of the Chinese Embassy in Lesotho). Without the Health Codes issued by the Chinese Embassy in Lesotho, the Chinese embassies/consulates in the transit countries will not issue Health Codes needed for boarding China-bound flights from the transit countries.

III. When applying for the Health Codes, China-bound passengers should upload photos of their COVID-19 negative certificates of both nucleic acid and IgM anti-body tests, passports, air tickets, itineraries, Lesotho residence permit and visa for  entering the transit country.

IV. China-bound passengers who are Chinese staff of Chinese enterprises or projects in Lesotho, are required to take 14 days of closed-loop isolation before boarding the flights from Lesotho, and submit certificates of such isolation issued by their employing enterprises.

 V. China-bound passengers who have a history of being infected, must send by email the diagnosis or reports after recovery by the local hospital with CT or X-ray reports of lungs included, negative certificates of two nucleic acid tests conducted with an interval of no less than 24 hours, contact person and phone number. If the applicants work with a Chinese enterprise or project, the name of the enterprise or project should also be submitted. The email of the Embassy is chinaemb_ls@mfa.gov.cn.

If approved, the Embassy will inform the applicants by email. The applicants shall take 14 days of self closed-loop isolation and have both nucleic acid and IgM anti-body tests 48 hours before boarding the flights from Lesotho.

When applying for the Health Codes, they should log in the application program to upload diagnosis or reports after recovery by the local hospital with CT or X-ray reports of lungs included, two negative certificates of nucleic acid tests conducted with an interval of no less than 24 hours, negative certificates of both nucleic acid and IgM anti-body tests conducted 48 hours before boarding the flight, along with duly signed Confirmation of Self Closed-loop Isolation as attached, passports, air tickets, itineraries, Lesotho residence permit and visa for entering the transit country.

 History of being infected can be determined by either the hospital diagnosis, or positive certificate of nucleic acid or IgM/IgG anti-body test. Positive certificate of IgM/IgG anti-body tests as a result of vaccination are not used to determine history of being infected.

VI. This notice will come into effect on 17 April 2021.

 

                                    The Embassy of the People's Republic of China

in the Kingdom of Lesotho

                                                              16 April 2021

 

Confirmation of Self Closed-loop Isolation 

 

I (Full name:                   , Passport number:           ) hereby confirm that I have taken self closed-loop isolation for 14-days immediately after two nucleic acid tests conducted with an interval of no less than 24 hours, including no gathering or dining with others, frequent hand-washing, wearing mask, keeping safe distance from others, checking temperature regularly everyday, etc., so as to prevent infection after tests.

 

 

Signature:                    

                                   Date: ____/____/_____(Day/Month/Year)

 

 

 

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