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Airlines Updates

31.07.2020 tigerair Taiwan yesterday (30JUL20) announced planned operation for September 2020. Planned operation for the month of August / September 2020 as follows.

Taipei Taoyuan – Bangkok Don Mueang eff 03SEP20 1 weekly (Day 4)
Taipei Taoyuan – Tokyo Narita 1 weekly (Day 4)

The airline starting this week also cancelled Taipei Taoyuan – Osaka Kansai service.

Published on 29.07.2020
EVA Air August 2020 Paris aircraft changes as of 28JUL20
Mandarin Airlines W20 Taichung – Hong Kong operation changes as of 28JUL20

Published on 27.07.2020
EVA Air August 2020 Operations as of 24JUL20

Published on 24.07.2020
China Airlines schedules one-time Kaohsiung – Hong Kong flight in early-August 2020

21.07.2020 Starlux Airlines today (21JUL20) filed service changes for its August 2020 schedule, which sees the airline increases Macau and Penang service, in comparison to July 2020 schedule.

Taipei Taoyuan – Macau 4 weekly (Increase from 3 in July)
JX205 TPE1840 – 2025MFM 32Q x146
JX206 MFM2125 – 2315TPE 32Q x146

Taipei Taoyuan – Penang 3 weekly (Increase from 2 in July)
JX721 TPE0800 – 1230PEN 32Q 246
JX722 PEN1330 – 1815TPE 32Q 246
Published on 17.07.2020
China Airlines delays planned Oct 2020 Cebu / Chiang Mai launch
China Airlines to resume New York service in late-July 2020

Published on 10.07.2020
China Airlines August – October 2020 London Heathrow frequency changes

25.06.2020
Starlux Airline
s on Tuesday (23JUN20) provided new update to its interim schedule for the month of July 2020. Latest adjustment sees schedule reduction for Penang, compared to initial plan released earlier this month.

Taipei Taoyuan – Macau 3 weekly A321neo
JX201 TPE0820 – 1005MFM 32Q 257
JX202 MFM1105 – 1300TPE 32Q 257

Taipei Taoyuan – Penang 2 weekly A321neo (Increase from 1 weekly in June 2020; Previous plan: 1 daily)
JX721 TPE0800 – 1230PEN 32Q 24
JX722 PEN1330 – 1820TPE 32Q 24

Published on 25.06.2020
China Airlines Group July 2020 International operations as of 24JUN20

Published on 10.06.2020
Starlux Airlines July 2020 operations as of 09JUN20

Published on 09.06.2020
China Airlines to resume Taipei – London Heathrow service in July 2020

Published on 03.06.2020
tigerair Taiwan extends interim schedule to late-August 2020

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Open for travel from Taiwan
Crossing Rules
  • Passengers are not permitted to enter Taiwan.
  • This does not apply to the following passengers:
    • Nationals of Taiwan,
    • Passengers holding a valid Alien Resident Certificate (ARC) issued by Taiwan,
    • Passengers with special permission, provided they also hold a test result in English issued within 3 days prior to their travel proving that they are free of coronavirus,
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Flight Restrictions

Airport Requirements
Chinese Taipei announced the extension of the two policies to a date with further notice. One policy was the downsize and
restriction of the cross strait passenger flights which will be due on 29th April, another one was the suspension of passenger’s
transition via TPE which will be due on 30th April.

Airline Requirements
Cross Taiwan strait air routes will not be impacted by CAAC’s policy of further reduction of the passengers flights. China
Airlines CI504 carried 153 Taiwanese back home on 29 March 2020 from PVG.

Exemption from 14-day quarantine requirement and must follow the Transit but No Entry policy.
1.Crews must remain isolated in the Transit Hotel during the crew rest period until the next flight.
2.If the crew’s body temperature is abnormal or has any respiratory symptoms must report to the hospital for the COVID-19
inspection, a 14-day period of quarantine will be implemented if it results in negative

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Quarantine

Any traveler arriving from outside Taiwan and granted entry are subject to a 14-day home quarantine. Local officials will call the individual under home quarantine every day during the 14-day period to ask about the individual’s health status and will record the information on a Health Status Record form. In addition to completing a health declaration on arrival, you may be asked to install a local SIM card if you do not already have one. Mobile phone location monitoring will be used as part of the quarantine management process by local authorities. You will be required to provide temperature and health status updates to local authorities during self-isolation.

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Insurance
Certification

COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country. The type of test required is a RT-PCR test. The certificate with the test result should be in English.

  • Taiwan *****International Restrictions:
    Foreign nationals entering Taiwan must provide a negative COVID-19 test report completed within three working days prior to boarding their entry flight. The type of test required is a RT-PCR test. The certificate with the test result should be in English. You should confirm that the test you intend to take, and the certificate you will receive, meets the requirements set by the authorities in Taiwan. If you already hold a valid Alien Resident Certificate (ARC) or Alien Permanent Resident Certificate (APRC), you do not require a visa to enter Taiwan. The requirement to provide a negative COVID-19 test report does not apply to returning ARC and APRC holders. For more information, you should visit the website of the Taiwan Centers for Disease Control (CDC) [https://www.cdc.gov.tw/En]. If you are in Taiwan you can also contact the ‘Information For Foreigners In Taiwan’ helpline on 0800-024-111.
    All airline passengers entering Taiwan are required to fill in a health declaration which includes travel history for the preceding 14 days. On arrival in Taiwan you are legally required to self-isolate for 14 days. Local authorities monitor those self-isolating, and there are financial penalties for anyone breaching the law. In addition to completing a health declaration on arrival, you may be asked to install a local SIM card if you do not already have one. Mobile phone location monitoring will be used as part of the quarantine management process by local authorities. You will be required to provide temperature and health status updates to local authorities during self-isolation. Travellers from countries and territories that are designated as low risk by the local authorities may be permitted to self-isolate for a period less than 14 days. You should check the current regulations before you travel with the Taipei Representative Office (TRO) in the country you plan to travel from. Travellers from the United Kingdom are required to complete the 14-day quarantine period.
    New rules allowing transits are in place. Foreign passengers, including people from Hong Kong and Macau, are allowed to transit through Taoyuan International Airport. Holders of People’s Republic of China (PRC) passports are not be permitted to transit in Taiwan. Those transiting will need to board connecting flights of the same airline company they fly in on. Transits must last less than 8 hours. Transit passengers, who need to wait for more than one hour, will remain separate from other passengers and stay in a separate area. Rules and procedures may change at short notice. Not all airlines are permitted to transit through Taiwan.

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    Internal restrictions:

    There are no domestic travel restrictions in Taiwan. On arrival in Taiwan, you will be required to take an allocated taxi to your self-isolation destination. Taxis and public transport systems are operating normally in Taiwan. The wearing of face masks is mandatory on all public transport. If you use public transport and are not wearing a face mask, you may be fined up to NT$15,000. Be aware that some taxi drivers may refuse to take a passenger who is not wearing a face mask. Only a limited number of designated quarantine hotels may host self-isolating travellers. If you are planning to stay in a hotel to complete the self-isolation period, you should confirm that a room is available and that it meets your requirements prior to travelling. Due to an increased number of travellers now entering Taiwan, demand for the limited number of hotels permitted to host self-isolating travellers has increased, and you may find it difficult to find accommodation at short notice. For a list of designated quarantine hotels in Taipei, please visit Taipei City Government’s FAQ page [https://english.gov.taipei/News_Content.aspx?n=A0EDC3930FBE7EFC&sms=5B794C46F3CDE718&s=6CBBBD4737D9391D]. If you are planning to stay in a hotel outside of Taipei, you may need to contact the local authority in that area prior to booking or making final arrangements. For more information and contact details, please visit the Taiwan Tourism Bureau’s ‘Taiwan Stay’ website. [https://taiwan.taiwanstay.net.tw/covhotel/]. If you have access to private accommodation in Taiwan, you may choose to self-isolate there rather than in a hotel. You should confirm that you will be permitted to self-isolate in your preferred accommodation before travelling.
    Face masks must be worn on public transportation. There is no general requirement to wear a face mask in public. Some shops and locations may restrict entry to those wearing face masks. Temperature checks are in operation in many locations.

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    13.07.2020
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    *****International Restrictions:
    Foreign nationals are permitted to enter Taiwan provided they are not entering for tourism or to visit friends. There are currently no visa waivers for visitors to Taiwan. Before you travel you should apply for a visa to enter Taiwan. This can be done at the Taipei Representative Office (TRO) in the country from which you plan to travel. Foreign nationals entering Taiwan must provide a negative COVID-19 test report completed within three working days prior to boarding their entry flight. The type of test required is a RT-PCR test. The certificate with the test result should be in English. You should confirm that the test you intend to take, and the certificate you will receive, meets the requirements set by the authorities in Taiwan.
    If you already hold a valid Alien Resident Certificate (ARC) or Alien Permanent Resident Certificate (APRC), you do not require a visa to enter Taiwan. The requirement to provide a negative COVID-19 test report does not apply to returning ARC and APRC holders. For more information, you should visit the website of the Taiwan Centers for Disease Control (CDC). If you are in Taiwan you can also contact the ‘Information
    Transit: New rules allowing transits are in place. Foreign passengers, including people from Hong Kong and Macau, are allowed to transit through Taoyuan International Airport. Holders of People’s Republic of China (PRC) passports are not be permitted to transit in Taiwan. Those transiting will need to board connecting flights of the same airline company they fly in on. Transits must last less than 8 hours. Transit passengers, who need to wait for more than one hour, will remain separate from other passengers and stay in a separate area. Rules and procedures may change at short notice. Not all airlines are permitted to transit through Taiwan. For further information, you should contact your airline or travel provider.
    All airline passengers entering Taiwan are required to fill in a health declaration which includes travel history for the preceding 14 days. On arrival in Taiwan you are legally required to self-isolate for 14 days. Local authorities monitor those self-isolating, and there are financial penalties for anyone breaching the law. In addition to completing a health declaration on arrival, you may be asked to install a local SIM card if you do not already have one. Mobile phone location monitoring will be used as part of the quarantine management process by local authorities. You will be required to provide temperature and health status updates to local authorities during self-isolation. Travellers from countries and territories that are designated as low risk by the local authorities may be permitted to self-isolate for a period less than 14 days.

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    Internal restrictions:

    There are no domestic travel restrictions in Taiwan. Taxis and public transport systems are operating normally in Taiwan. The wearing of face masks is mandatory on all public transport. If you use public transport and are not wearing a face mask, you may be fined up to NT$15,000. Be aware that some taxi drivers may refuse to take a passenger who is not wearing a face mask. If you are granted permission to enter Taiwan, you may find it difficult to find a hotel that will accept travellers required to self-isolate. You should confirm with your hotel provider that they are able to offer accommodation to someone required to self-isolate for 14 days before you travel. Facemasks must be worn on public transportation.

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    06.07.2020
  • Taiwan Starting 25 June international air passengers will be allowed to transit through Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport. Transits will be allowed only for connecting flights and for a maximum stopover time of eight hours. (Focus Taiwan, 24.06.2020)
    Taiwan is planning to reduce the quarantine period for visitors arriving on short-term business trips. Business travelers on two- or three-day trips, arriving from countries such as New Zealand, which are at extremely low risk for COVID-19, will be required to remain in quarantine for five days instead of two weeks. At the end of the five-day quarantine, the visitors will be tested for COVID-19 at their own expense and released once they test negative. Short-term business travelers from countries with relatively high risk of COVID-19 will be quarantined for 10 days, after which the procedure will be the same. Business people from countries where COVID-19 is not under control or who intend to stay longer than three days will be required to follow the current 14-day quarantine regulations. (Focus Taiwan, 20.05.2020)

    *****International Restrictions:
    From 29 June foreign nationals will be permitted to enter Taiwan provided they are not entering for tourism or to visit friends. You will need to apply for a visa before travelling. Foreign nationals entering Taiwan must provide a negative COVID-19 test report completed three days prior to boarding. There are currently no visa waivers for visitors to Taiwan. Before you travel you should apply for a visa to enter Taiwan. This can be done at the Taipei Representative Office (TRO) in the country from which you plan to travel. If you already hold a valid Alien Resident Certificate (ARC) or Alien Permanent Resident Certificate (APRC), you do not require a visa to enter Taiwan. The requirement to provide a negative COVID-19 test report also applies to returning ARC and APRC holders. For more information, you should visit the website of the Taiwan Centers for Disease Control (CDC) [https://www.cdc.gov.tw/En]. Entry procedures are being regularly reviewed so may change at short notice.
    All airline passengers entering Taiwan are required to fill in a health declaration which includes travel history for the preceding 14 days. On arrival in Taiwan you are legally required to self-isolate for 14 days. Local authorities monitor those self-isolating, and there are financial penalties for anyone breaching the law. Travellers from countries and territories that are designated as low risk by the local authorities may be permitted to self-isolate for a period less than 14 days. You should check the current regulations before you travel with the Taipei Representative Office (TRO) in the country you plan to travel from. Travellers from the United Kingdom are required to complete the 14-day quarantine period.

    Transit: From 25 June, new rules allowing transits come into force. Foreign passengers, including people from Hong Kong and Macau, will be allowed to transit through Taoyuan International Airport. Holders of People’s Republic of China (PRC) passports will not be permitted to transit in Taiwan.Those transiting will need to board connecting flights of the same airline company they fly in on. Transits must last less than 8 hours. Transit passengers, who need to wait for more than one hour, will remain separate from other passengers and stay in a separate area. Rules and procedures may change at short notice. Not all airlines are permitted to transit through Taiwan.

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    There are no domestic travel restrictions in Taiwan. Taxis and public transport systems are operating normally in Taiwan. The wearing of face masks is mandatory on all public transport. If you use public transport and are not wearing a face mask, you may be fined up to NT$15,000. Be aware that some taxi drivers may refuse to take a passenger who is not wearing a face mask. If you are granted permission to enter Taiwan, you may find it difficult to find a hotel that will accept travellers required to self-isolate. You should confirm with your hotel provider that they are able to offer accommodation to someone required to self-isolate for 14 days before you travel. Facemasks must be worn on public transportation.

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    02.07.2020
  • Taiwan Starting 25 June international air passengers will be allowed to transit through Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport. Transits will be allowed only for connecting flights and for a maximum stopover time of eight hours. (Focus Taiwan, 24.06.2020)
    Taiwan is planning to reduce the quarantine period for visitors arriving on short-term business trips. Business travelers on two- or three-day trips, arriving from countries such as New Zealand, which are at extremely low risk for COVID-19, will be required to remain in quarantine for five days instead of two weeks. At the end of the five-day quarantine, the visitors will be tested for COVID-19 at their own expense and released once they test negative. Short-term business travelers from countries with relatively high risk of COVID-19 will be quarantined for 10 days, after which the procedure will be the same. Business people from countries where COVID-19 is not under control or who intend to stay longer than three days will be required to follow the current 14-day quarantine regulations. (Focus Taiwan, 20.05.2020)

    *****International Restrictions:
    From 29 June foreign nationals will be permitted to enter Taiwan provided it is for business. Foreign travellers entering Taiwan must provide a negative COVID-19 test report completed three days prior to boarding. There are currently no visa waivers for visitors to Taiwan. Before you travel you should apply for a visa to enter Taiwan. This can be done at the Taipei Representative Office (TRO) in the country from which you plan to travel. If you already hold a valid Alien Resident Certificate (ARC) or Alien Permanent Resident Certificate (APRC), you do not require a visa to enter Taiwan. You may be required to provide a negative COVID-19 test report. For more information, you should visit the website of the Bureau of Consular Affairs (BOCA) or contact the Taipei Representative Office (TRO) in the country from which you plan to travel. If you are unsure if you are permitted to enter Taiwan, or you have further questions about entry restrictions and conditions, you should contact your local Taipei Representative Office (TRO)or airline before you attempt to travel. Entry procedures are being regularly reviewed so may change at short notice.
    All airline passengers entering Taiwan are required to fill in a health declaration which includes travel history for the preceding 14 days. On arrival in Taiwan you are legally required to self-isolate for 14 days. Local authorities monitor those self-isolating, and there are financial penalties for anyone breaching the law. Travellers from countries and territories that are designated as low risk by the local authorities may be permitted to self-isolate for a period less than 14 days. You should check the current regulations before you travel with the Taipei Representative Office (TRO) in the country you plan to travel from. Travellers from the United Kingdom are required to complete the 14-day quarantine period.
    Transit: From 25 June, new rules allowing transits come into force. Foreign passengers, including people from Hong Kong and Macau, will be allowed to transit through Taoyuan International Airport. Holders of People’s Republic of China (PRC) passports will not be permitted to transit in Taiwan.
    Those transiting will need to board connecting flights of the same airline company they fly in on. Transits must last less than 8 hours. Transit passengers, who need to wait for more than one hour, will remain separate from other passengers and stay in a separate area. Rules and procedures may change at short notice. Not all airlines are permitted to transit through Taiwan. For further information, you should contact your airline or travel provider.

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    Internal restrictions:

    There are no domestic travel restrictions in Taiwan. Facemasks must be worn on public transportation.

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    28.06.2020
  • Taiwan From June 29, 2020, foreign nationals who wish to travel to Taiwan for reasons other than tourism and regular social visits may apply for a special entry permit with an R.O.C. overseas mission by submitting relevant documents and forms. Applications by students and people wishing to study Mandarin in Taiwan will be handled by the Ministry of Education in line with its related measures.

    Upon entering Taiwan, all foreign nationals must present an English-language certificate of a negative COVID-19 test taken within three days of boarding the flight to Taiwan and undergo a 14-day home quarantine period. Visitors of the following categories can be exempted from negative COVID-19 test:personnel on diplomatic or official business, migrant workers, and students (whose entry is managed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Labor, and Ministry of Education and who represent manageable risk levels), as well as people coming to Taiwan for emergency situations and crewmembers on vessels arriving in Taiwan (for whom it may be difficult to obtain a certificate of a negative COVID-19 test).

    These newly announced regulations constitute updates of measures that were announced earlier this year by MOFA, according to which foreign nationals—except Alien Resident Certificate holders, personnel on diplomatic or official business, persons who can prove they are fulfilling commercial and contractual obligations, and persons requiring special permission—were barred from entering Taiwan from March 19 in accordance with guidance from the CECC. (E)

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    24.06.2020
  • Taiwan Taiwan is planning to reduce the quarantine period for visitors arriving on short-term business trips. Business travelers on two- or three-day trips, arriving from countries such as New Zealand, which are at extremely low risk for COVID-19, will be required to remain in quarantine for five days instead of two weeks. At the end of the five-day quarantine, the visitors will be tested for COVID-19 at their own expense and released once they test negative. Short-term business travelers from countries with relatively high risk of COVID-19 will be quarantined for 10 days, after which the procedure will be the same. Business people from countries where COVID-19 is not under control or who intend to stay longer than three days will be required to follow the current 14-day quarantine regulations. (Focus Taiwan, 20.05.2020) 1. Passengers are not allowed to transit Chinese Taipei. (Taiwan) 2. Passengers are not allowed to enter Chinese Taipei. – This does not apply to passengers with a Chinese Taipei travel document. – This does not apply to passengers with an Alien Resident Certificate. – This does not apply to personnel on diplomatic or official business. – This does not apply to passengers who can prove they are fulfilling commercial and contractual obligations, or passengers requiring special permission. – This does not apply to passengers with a visa with “SPECIAL ENTRY PERMIT FOR COVID-19 OUTBREAK” stated on remarks. 3. Passengers allowed to enter must observe a 14-day home quarantine upon arrival. 4. All arriving passengers and crew members must present a completed Health Declaration Form. All foreign nationals are denied entry into Chinese Taipei. Exceptions include Republic of China (ROC) citizens, diplomatic staff, permanent residents (APRC), Alien Residency Certificate (ARC) holders and business people with special permits. Travellers will not be allowed to transit through Chinese Taipei until further notice. Travellers permitted to enter Chinese Taipei will be subject to mandatory 14-day home quarantine. Inbound travellers allowed to enter Taiwan that have had travel history in the past 14 days to Southeast Asia, America or Europe will need to complete the COVID-19 Health Declaration and Home Quarantine Notice and confirm if their residence satisfies the home quarantine requirements before boarding. Travellers living with people who are 65 years old or older, children 6 years old or under, persons with chronic disease (such as cardiovascular diseases, diabetes or lung disease), or persons who don’t have a separate room (including a separate bathroom) will be required to live in quarantine hotels upon arrival. From 8 May, Taiwanese people who have not left Hubei province may return to Chinese Taipei but will need to undergo a 14-day period of quarantine in a designated facility.

    Internal restrictions:

    Social distancing rules are in place. Wearing of masks is mandatory on public transportation such a MRT and buses.

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    27.05.2020
  • Taiwan Taiwan is planning to reduce the quarantine period for visitors arriving on short-term business trips. Business travelers on two- or three-day trips, arriving from countries such as New Zealand, which are at extremely low risk for COVID-19, will be required to remain in quarantine for five days instead of two weeks. At the end of the five-day quarantine, the visitors will be tested for COVID-19 at their own expense and released once they test negative. Short-term business travelers from countries with relatively high risk of COVID-19 will be quarantined for 10 days, after which the procedure will be the same. Business people from countries where COVID-19 is not under control or who intend to stay longer than three days will be required to follow the current 14-day quarantine regulations. (Focus Taiwan, 20.05.2020) 1. Passengers are not allowed to transit Chinese Taipei. (Taiwan) 2. Passengers are not allowed to enter Chinese Taipei. – This does not apply to passengers with a Chinese Taipei travel document. – This does not apply to passengers with an Alien Resident Certificate. – This does not apply to personnel on diplomatic or official business. – This does not apply to passengers who can prove they are fulfilling commercial and contractual obligations, or passengers requiring special permission. – This does not apply to passengers with a visa with “SPECIAL ENTRY PERMIT FOR COVID-19 OUTBREAK” stated on remarks. 3. Passengers allowed to enter must observe a 14-day home quarantine upon arrival. 4. All arriving passengers and crew members must present a completed Health Declaration Form. All foreign nationals are denied entry into Chinese Taipei. Exceptions include Republic of China (ROC) citizens, diplomatic staff, permanent residents (APRC), Alien Residency Certificate (ARC) holders and business people with special permits. Travellers will not be allowed to transit through Chinese Taipei until further notice. Travellers permitted to enter Chinese Taipei will be subject to mandatory 14-day home quarantine. Inbound travellers allowed to enter Taiwan that have had travel history in the past 14 days to Southeast Asia, America or Europe will need to complete the COVID-19 Health Declaration and Home Quarantine Notice and confirm if their residence satisfies the home quarantine requirements before boarding. Travellers living with people who are 65 years old or older, children 6 years old or under, persons with chronic disease (such as cardiovascular diseases, diabetes or lung disease), or persons who don’t have a separate room (including a separate bathroom) will be required to live in quarantine hotels upon arrival. From 8 May, Taiwanese people who have not left Hubei province may return to Chinese Taipei but will need to undergo a 14-day period of quarantine in a designated facility. Passengers traveling on regular or high-speed rail must wear a mask.

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    21.05.2020
  • Taiwan 1. Passengers are not allowed to transit Chinese Taipei. (Taiwan)
    2. Passengers are not allowed to enter Chinese Taipei.
    – This does not apply to passengers with a Chinese Taipei travel document.
    – This does not apply to passengers with an Alien Resident Certificate.
    – This does not apply to personnel on diplomatic or official business.
    – This does not apply to passengers who can prove they are fulfilling commercial and contractual obligations, or passengers requiring special permission.
    – This does not apply to passengers with a visa with “SPECIAL ENTRY PERMIT FOR COVID-19 OUTBREAK” stated on remarks.
    3. Passengers allowed to enter must observe a 14-day home quarantine upon arrival.
    4. All arriving passengers and crew members must present a completed Health Declaration Form.

    All foreign nationals are denied entry into Chinese Taipei. Exceptions include Republic of China (ROC) citizens, diplomatic staff, permanent residents (APRC), Alien Residency Certificate (ARC) holders and business people with special permits. Travellers will not be allowed to transit through Chinese Taipei until further notice. Travellers permitted to enter Chinese Taipei will be subject to mandatory 14-day home quarantine. Inbound travellers allowed to enter Taiwan that have had travel history in the past 14 days to Southeast Asia, America or Europe will need to complete the COVID-19 Health Declaration and Home Quarantine Notice and confirm if their residence satisfies the home quarantine requirements before boarding. Travellers living with people who are 65 years old or older, children 6 years old or under, persons with chronic disease (such as cardiovascular diseases, diabetes or lung disease), or persons who don’t have a separate room (including a separate bathroom) will be required to live in quarantine hotels upon arrival. From 8 May, Taiwanese people who have not left Hubei province may return to Chinese Taipei but will need to undergo a 14-day period of quarantine in a designated facility.

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    10.05.2020
  • Source [https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/taiwan]
    [https://www.ait.org.tw/covid-19-information/]
    [https://www.osac.gov/Content/Browse/Report?subContentTypes=Alerts%2CTravel%20Advisories]
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