According to a notice from the State Post Office of China, China’s postal service regulator will intensify security checks for all mail and parcels entering Beijing from Thursday (Feb 25) to mid-March.
The step is to stop the dissemination of the novel coronavirus over the next two sessions and ensure the safety of the capital.
On March 5, the Thirteenth National People’s Congress, the national legislature of China, will begin its fourth session, and on March 4, the Thirteenth National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, the national political advisory body of the country, will begin its fourth session.
Senders must have a real name in order to deliver a mail or box. Inspection will be carried out as the objects are collected. According to a notice issued by the bureau on Monday, all mails and parcels can pass a security check through a computer (Feb 22).