China's civil aviation regulator on Monday adjusted the arrangements for the first points of entry for international flights bound for Beijing.
Bus stations in Qingdao have adjusted their routes, departure times and ticket prices to better meet public demand.
China's civil aviation regulator will reduce the number of international flights in and out of the country in a bid to curb contagion via air travel and contain the rising number of imported cases of the novel coronavirus.
Starting Monday, the Chinese capital will redirect all the inbound flights scheduled to land at Beijing Capital International Airport to 12 designated airports where passengers' health condition will be checked.
Cities in Shandong province are set to resume inter-city and village passenger bus services starting on Wednesday.