Sanya airport introduces Hainan Health Code for travel control
Starting from February 29th, 2020, the Sanya International Phoenix Airport introduced a “Hainan Health Code” system that will assist in insuring the health and safety of passengers departing from the airport.
The Hainan Health Code system is divided into red, yellow, and green QR codes. Passengers with green codes are allowed to board flights leaving the island. Those with yellow and red codes, or who cannot produce one of the three codes, will not be allowed to leave the island per epidemic control policies.
The green code means people have little chance of having been infected, while people with yellow and red ones must be held in quarantine for a few days, report on their health information daily, and wait for the code to turn green before they will be allowed to travel.
An English version was launched in the Hainan Health Code system to support the users from the regions such as Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan, as well as those from foreign countries, to apply for the health code through Alipay application.
A guide to applying for your Hainan Health Code
Step 1: Long press the QR code below to apply for the Hainan Health Code.
Step 2: Making an account and real-name verification are required. First-time users will need to register by providing name, gender, ID number, and detailed address.
Step 3: Once an account is made, you can register to apply for the “Hainan Health Code.” Individuals will then need to answer a series of questions including physical health and travel history, and then click “submit” at the bottom of the form. The system will generate a green, yellow, or red code based on the information you provide.