China has eased border entry restrictions for international students and business travelers starting on Wednesday.
China and the United States will permit journalists and other media workers to freely move between both countries on the condition they strictly comply with COVID-19 control protocols.
China will strengthen border entry and exit control to prevent the import of COVID-19 cases, an official of the National Immigration Administration said on Wednesday.
China will simplify visa applications for many foreign nationals who have been inoculated with Chinese-produced COVID-19 vaccines, the latest step toward normalizing personnel exchanges.
Multiple measures will be adopted to assist elderly people applying for exit and entry documents and help them address difficulties they face in using information technology, the National Immigration Administration said on Feb 23.
China will allow the entry of foreign nationals holding three categories of valid Chinese residence permits starting on Sept 21, according to an announcement jointly made by the Foreign Ministry and the National Immigration Administration.
China announced on Thursday measures to make it easier for people to enter and leave the country to support epidemic control work and the resumption of work and production.