Taiwan on the Road to Reopening Its Borders, Quarantining Ending: Important Traveler Questions for Visiting

Over the past few years, one of the main reasons Taiwan has managed to keep the spread of COVID-19 at bay has been its strict quarantine regulations imposed on people entering the country. Restrictions are now, at last, being eased in two phases. The first will take effect September 29. If all goes well, the second is tentatively scheduled go into force on October 13.

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Quarantining in Taiwan (Updated in June, 2022): 12 Important Traveler Questions for Visiting Taiwan

Everything you need to know about quarantining in Taiwan. (2022 version)

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Is Taiwan Really Going to Reduce Quarantine to 3 Days? 

The CECC’s Chen Shih-chung has outlined plans to gradually reduce quarantine on arrival from 10 days to 3. Here’s what you need to know.

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Quarantine Hotels in Taiwan: 6 Travelers Share their Experiences

We asked six travellers about their experiences hunkering down Taiwan’s quarant hotels. Here’s what they had to say.

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Taiwan Tourism in the Time of COVID-19

Many sectors and industries across the world have struggled as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. From hospitality to education to the arts, vast numbers of people have lost money or even their jobs due to lack of business or virus prevention measures making work impossible. One sector to take a massive hit is tourism,…

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December Coronavirus Update: 24 Imported Cases in One day, New Mask Mandate Enforced

As the temperature drops, Taiwan makes mask rules stricter to combat winter spread.

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Coronavirus Update: New Entry Regulations to be Introduced from December 1

All travelers will be required to present a negative PCR COVID-19 test prior to boarding flights to Taiwan.

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