The epidemic situation in the United States is still severe, and many employees of American enterprises have been unable to return to work in China. Hong Kong’s South China Morning Post reported on the 18th that the chamber of Commerce had initially been allowed to arrange for executives to fly back to China, citing sources from the American Chamber of Commerce in China. Since the 17th, nearly 200 people have signed up for charter flights from San Francisco to Beijing, far more than the 120 required for the trip. < p > < p > according to the chamber of Commerce, only employees of member companies who have received the invitation letter can take the flight. They must also have a valid re-entry visa. Family members of employees will also be allowed to travel, but all passengers must pass the new coronavirus test before boarding and be quarantined after arriving at their destination, the South China Morning Post reported. Compared with other current commercial flights, the price of flights operated by United Airlines is expected to be “more competitive”, starting at $4300 for economy class seats and $10000 for business class seats, according to the report. The American Chamber of Commerce in China estimates that between 5000 and 10000 members of the US business community are stranded overseas. < / P > < p > a source from the American Chamber of Commerce in China, who asked for anonymity, said that due to China’s “quite strict” requirements, some people who signed up for flights might eventually not qualify. “One of the main obstacles to returning to China is that even if you already have a valid visa, you need to have an invitation and another re-entry visa.” According to the South China Morning Post, the chamber of commerce also said it had obtained preliminary permission from China on Friday, but they delayed flights from August 28 to September 12 to ensure that all passengers could obtain re-entry visas and pre departure virus tests. The chamber of commerce is also discussing plans to ease segregation restrictions, saying “China is still working on details.”. “China still needs to decide on some details before final approval. If the first charter flight arrives as planned, we will consider arranging more flights in the future. ” The source said.