Riding Beijing Public Transport Just Got Easier

By Alistair Baker-Brian, December 4, 2022

0 0

More changes are coming to Beijing’s COVID rules. 

As of today, Monday, December 4, you will no longer need to provide proof of a negative nucleic acid test result issued within 48 hours when getting on the Beijing Subway, or indeed, on any form of Beijing public transport. 

However, you will still need to have a normal Beijing Health Kit (北京健康宝). 

The change was announced on Friday, December 2 as part of Beijing’s optimized COVID-19 epidemic prevention and control measures. 

[Cover image via Weibo/@凤凰网]

more news

Beijing Subway Line Linking Gongti & Changping to Open This Year

The north section of Line 17 of the Beijing Subway will link Worker's Stadium (Gongti) with Changping District.

You Can Now Swipe Your Palm to Ride the Beijing Subway

The function has been rolled out on the Daxing Airport Line.

A Peek at Universal Beijing Resort’s New Transportation Hub

The new hub is expected to be completed by the end of 2024.

BREAKING: Beijing Schools & Kindergartens Scrap Mass COVID Tests

Beijing, along with the rest of China, continues to dismantle 'dynamic zero-COVID.'

Ending 0-COVID: Beijing Subway to Stop Temperature Checks

Temperature checks have been standard procedure since early 2020 when COVID-19 first broke out in China.

Some Beijing Subway Lines to Increase Capacity

Great news for Beijing commuters.

Home Quarantine in Beijing for COVID Cases – What We Know So Far

Numerous reports have emerged of positive cases being allowed to undergo home quarantine in Beijing.

Malls Reopening, Home Quarantine and Other Beijing COVID News

Some good (-ish) COVID news from the capital.

0 User Comments

In Case You Missed It…

We're on WeChat!

Scan our QR Code at right or follow us at ThatsBeijing for events, guides, giveaways and much more!

7 Days in Beijing With thatsmags.com

Weekly updates to your email inbox every Wednesday

Download previous issues

Never miss an issue of That's Beijing!

Visit the archives