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Since the beginning of 2020, the Novel Coronavirus swept China from Wuhan. Chinese government and Customs have published a number of policies to respond to the epidemic. The following are the relevant policies in respect of the import and export of emergency supplies and entry-exit of people issued by the Chinese Government and Customs by the end of Feb 2020.

 

I. Entry-Exit of People

Entry-exit people need to declare health situation to Customs and cooperate with the temperature measurement, medical check and medical screening, etc.

 

II. Import of Emergency Supplies

The import of donated supplies can be cleared

quickly at the Customs. Expand the scope for duty- free supplies, donators and donees. For supplies used for epidemic that are organized by health authorities, they are duty free and the duties paid are refundable. For the emergency supplies imported from the US that comply with the tax-free policies, the additional tariffs are exempted.

 

III. Others

Adjust the period of paying tax, overdue fine and collection date of overdue fine and extend the period of write-off for processing trade handbook according to the start date issued by the government. The Customs shall give priority to enterprise on the registration or filing for importing epidemic prevention and control supplies. The consignee and consignor may be exempted from the scene during the inspection of Customs goods during the epidemic.