Taiwan’s health and welfare department said today (29th) that from October 13th, entry will be exempt from quarantine!
The second phase of entry quarantine “0+7” was officially implemented, that is, home quarantine was cancelled and 7 days of self-prevention was replaced. The total number of entry allowance increased to 150,000 per week. At the same time, the entry of tourists from non-visa-exempt countries has been opened, and the tourist “banning order” has also been cancelled.
According to the new policy, travellers need to undergo a rapid test on the day of entry or the first day of self-prevention, and when they have symptoms.
If you go out during the self-prevention period, you must have a negative result within 2 days, and you can take public transportation and go to restaurants to dine in.
Starting today, Taiwan officially implemented the first phase of border management and opening measures.
Nucleic acid testing at the airport was cancelled, and 4 doses of rapid test kits were issued instead. Passengers with symptoms still maintain the original inspection mechanism. In addition, the “3+4” quarantine is maintained, that is, the quarantine measures of 3-day isolation and 4-day self-epidemic prevention. T
It is worth noting that the above-mentioned new entry policies do not currently include mainland or Hong Kong and Macau nationals who go to Taiwan for tourism purposes, and visas on arrival and online visas for Hong Kong and Macau nationals have not been opened.