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Taiwan ends Covid-19 restrictions for travelers

Taiwan scraps Covid rules for travelers. First group of visitors welcomed.

Where: Taiwan

The Facts

Taiwan has reopened its borders and lifted Covid entry restrictions that had been in place since the beginning of the pandemic.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Taiwan stated, “Taiwan reopens its border TODAY—no quarantine required for arrivals, only 7 days of self-initiated prevention.”
Passengers arriving on the first flight in Taiwan after lifting restrictions were greeted by Taiwanese Tourism Bureau officials and received gift packs and mementos.
Taiwan’s two main airlines, China Airlines Ltd and Eva Airways Corp, have increased the number of flights into the country.
Taiwan, a popular tourist destination for travelers from Japan, South Korea, and south-east Asia, has reported almost seven million domestic cases of Covid-19 since the beginning of this year. Visitors are still required to perform rapid tests on themselves after arrival.

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