Confirmed Cases and Geographical Distribution (Feb. 24, 11:15)

Sichuan: 527 confirmed cases, all quarantined.

Dead: 3, 18 in critical condition. Recovered: 263.

Guangan: 30, Mianyang: 22, Nanchong: 39, Zigong: 9, Dazhou: 41, Deyang: 18, Yibin: 12, Neijiang: 22, Luzhou: 24, Suining: 17, Bazhong: 24, Ganzi: 69, Liangshan: 13, Ya’an: 7, Leshan: 3, Ziyang: 3, Guangyuan: 6, Meishan: 8, Panzhihua: 16, Aba: 1.

Of these, 143 confirmed cases are in Chengdu. Down the image the numbers per area:

Chenghua District: 15, Gaoxin District: 19, Jinjiang District: 11, Qingyang District: 5, Wenjiang District: 7, Wuhou District 14, Qionglai: 5, Jianyang: 2, Qingbaijiang: 7, Jintang County: 8, Dayi County: 8, Xinjin County: 2, Jinniu District: 11, Shuangliu District: 3, Pidu District: 7, Xindu District: 2, Longquanyi District: 4, Tianfu New District: 10, Others: 3 (from airpot or train station)

Measurements and Restrictions

It is strongly suggested to stay inside, avoid any travel or spending extended periods of time in public places, wear a mask, don’t touch your face and wash your hands regularly. It has been confirmed that the virus may be transmitted by people who are asymptomatic. Those with symptoms, such as fever, should quarantine themselves or report to a designated hospital (see list below).

Those returning from elsewhere are required to register their information online (and possible with your building management) and fill in your personal health information.
Most communities in Chengdu now require an access pass to enter/ leave the compound, which you will receive after registration, and housing communities limit access to non-essential personnel. Your waimai shuaige will call you to leave the order at the gate, and kuaidi should be collected from the secure pickup locations (keep an eye on your text messages).
A few compounds in Chengdu already followed a more strict rule similar to other cities (Hangzhou, Xi’an, Harbin, etc), restricting each household to only have one person leave their community once every two or three days. We wonder if this restriction will become widespread in the ‘Du.
The government has sent the CDC to all sites where patients have stayed and instructed property management departments to conduct daily disinfection there. If you are in one of these communities, they have now been well sterilized, so there’s no need to panic. Over 68 buildings or communities in Chengdu have been placed under quarantine. Those inside the quarantine area will not be allowed outside for 14 days, nor will those outside be allowed in. Distribution of essential items will occur for those under quarantine. 

Anyone entering Chengdu by car (not by plane or train!) via highways is now obliged to fill out a registration form providing various information about driver, passengers, destination etc.
Anyone who has returned to Sichuan from Hubei Province since January 8th should report to their building management or a hospital for quarantine.

Several districts have imposed epidemic control measure: One action taken is they have employed 6 water canon trucks to head out at night to to certain districts to disinfecting the streets. The disinfectant won’t harm you – but it is still recommended to keep your windows closed if you live in the area. Click here to find out the specific routes of these trucks.
As not-essential industries are not allowed to resume work for the time being, most companies have shifted their work to online assignments.
Schools will not resume classes at school until approval is given by the Ministry of Education. Current estimations put that at no earlier than March 2nd.



  ✈️ Air Travel 
Shuangliu Airport remains open, they have instituted screenings for all incoming and outgoing passengers. Budget a little extra time to ensure that you are able to make your flights and transfers. Traveling abroad is in decline with many foreign governments advising against non-essential travel to China. The list of international airlines canceling flights is growing as more and more countries impose travel restrictions for travelers from China. With the rapidly evolving situation, we recommend contacting the airline to confirm whether or not your upcoming flight will be affected.
 🚇 Metro 
The Chengdu metro is open with reduced service and closing time (see schedule below), general opening time is in between 6 and 7am. Wearing a mask is obligatory, those not wearing masks will not be allowed in.
Line 1, 3, 4, 5: Last train at 22:00
Line 2, 7, 10: Last train at 22:30
 🚗 Taxi’s and ride-hailing 
The good old taxis are still an option, though you’d have register when taking a right now.  Didi is also an option, and the company took the next precautions for you and others safety: drivers and riders must wear masks, daily disinfection required, and the car must be well ventilated.


Train lines: Several (eg.: to Guiyang) have been temporarily stopped. Check the website (Chinese only) for updated information.

Useful Information

•All events are cancelled and touristic spots are closed. Touristic spots, museums, bars, restaurants and clubs are also closed till further notice.

•Public transportation is normal.

•Masks are compulsory on the subway and temperature is checked on the way in. Same in lot’s of malls and compounds. For you and others safety, please cooperate.

•If you need to submit visa application or collect passport, the Chengdu PSB office reopened on February 3rd. For more information, add the PSB’s official WeChat account (ID: ChengduCRJ) or call 028-86407769.

These Airlines announced cut Chengdu Flights

IndiGo: February 1st to March 28th 2020, 1 daily Delhi – Chengdu canceled. Mumbai – Chengdu planned launch temporarily on hold.

Vietnam Airlines: In the month of February, Cam Ranh/Nha Trang – Chengdu is canceled.

Lion Air Group: In the month of February, the route Denpasar – Chengdu is canceled.

Hong Kong Airlines: For flights on/before February 10th, Hong Kong – Chengdu is completely canceled.

KLM (Royal Dutch Airline): For February 2020, all flights from Amsterdam – Chengdu are canceled.

Shanghai Airlines: Suspended its Chengdu-Budapest flight between Feb. 4 – March 28.

Singapore Airlines: Reducing capacity on it’s Chengdu flights in February.

For a complete overview of airliners that announced suspending China flights because of coronavirus, click here.

Dedicated Hospitals in Chengdu

Do you have a fever and/ or other symptoms of the deadly coronavirus? Not every hospital accepts you, you need go to one of them listed below

List of Chengdu Medical Institutions for Patients with Pneumonia Stemming from the New Coronavirus Infection:


Public Health Clinical Center of Chengdu


No. 377, Jingming Road, Jinjiang District, Chengdu


First Afflicted Hospital of Chengdu Medical College (Xindu)


No. 278, Baoguang Avenue, Xindu District, Chengdu


Pidu District People’s Hospital, Chengdu


No. 666, Section 2, Deyuan North Road, Pidu District, Chengdu


Wenjiang District People’s Hospital, Chengdu


No. 10 & 61, Wanchun East Road, Wenjiang District, Chengdu


The First People’s Hospital of Longquanyi District, Chengdu


No. 201, Group 3, Longquanyihe, Longquanyi District, Chengdu


The First People’s Hospital of Shuangliu District, Chengdu


No. 149, Xibei Street, Dongsheng Subdistrict, Shuangliu District, Chengdu


Qingbaijiang District People’s Hospital, Chengdu


No. 15, Fenghuang East 4th Road, Qingbaijiang District, Chengdu


Tianfu New District People’s Hospital, Chengdu


No. 97, Zhengbei Upper Street, Huayang Subdistrict, Tianfu New District, Chengdu


Jianyang City People’s Hospital


No. 180, Yiyuan Road, Jiancheng Town, Jianyang City, Chengdu


Medical Center Hospital of Qionglai City


No. 172, Xinlin Road, Linqiong Town, Qionglai City, Chengdu


Pengzhou City Infectious Disease Hospital


No. 995, Jinpeng East Road, Tianpeng Town, Pengzhou City, Chengdu


Chongzhou City People’s Hospital


No. 318, Yongkang East Road, Chongyang Subdistrict, Chongzhou City, Chengdu


Dujiangyan City People’s Hospital


No. 622, Baolian Road, Dujiangyan City, Chengdu


Pujiang County People’s Hospital


No. 18, Hexi Road, Heshan District, Pujiang County, Chengdu


Jintang County First People’s Hospital


No. 886, Jin’guang Road, Zhaozhen Town, Jintang County, Chengdu


Xinjin County People’s Hospital


No. 149, Wujin West Road, Xinjin County, Chengdu


Dayi County People’s Hospital


No. 323, North Street, Jinyuan Town, Dayi County, Chengdu


Clinics and Hospital

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