En De
Total doses
given
63.9M
People fully
vaccinated
20.6M
% Fully
vaccinated
86.04%
Pre-travel testing (vaccinated):
Pre-travel testing (unvaccinated):
Test on arrival (vaccinated):
Test on arrival (unvaccinated):

Crossing Rules:

Masks: Mask is required in public indoor, public transport and certain outdoor areas

COVID-19 test: Not required

Passenger Locator Form: Not required

Health form: Not required

Permission: Not required

23.10.2022

Entry restrictions

  • Passengers who have tested positive for Covid-19 within 7 days prior to travel are not permitted to enter Taiwan.
  • Passengers must hold a valid visa issued by Taiwan.
  • This does not apply to the following passengers:
    • Nationals of Taiwan, China, Hong Kong or Macao;
    • Residents of Taiwan; or
    • Nationals who are subject to Visa-Exempt Entry.
  • Passengers are permitted to transfer/transit in Taiwan provided they are not departing from or travelling to airports in China (except Hong Kong and Macau).  
  • Passengers are not permitted to enter Taiwan.
  • This does not apply to the following passengers:
    • Alien residents, provided they are holding a valid Alien Resident Certificate (ARC) or Employment Golden Card (including a Certificate of Issuance overseas) issued by Taiwan, or a diplomatic or official certificate;
    • Passengers travelling for diplomatic or official reasons. This includes passengers holding a ""DC"", ""FO"", or ""FD"" type visa issued by Taiwan or provided they hold a special entry permit issued by Taiwan;
    • Passengers travelling for emergency or humanitarian reasons, provided they are holding an ""ER"" type visa or they have obtained entry permission issued by Taiwan;
    • Students travelling to Taiwan for study, provided they hold a special entry permit issued by Taiwan;
    • Spouses and minor children (aged 17 or younger) of Taiwanese passport holders, provided they are holding a dependent visa or a visitor visa. These passengers with a dependent visa that expired between 18th May 2021 and 13th September 2021 will be granted an automatic visa extension until 31st December 2021;
    • Seamen travelling to Taiwan to board a vessel, provided they hold an "X" type visa stating "Special Entry Permit for Covid-19 Outbreak";
    • Passengers travelling to Taiwan for business activities including business visits, investment, fulfilment of contractual obligations, and employment, provided they have obtained a special entry permit issued by Taiwan;
    • Passengers travelling to Taiwan for volunteering, religious proselytization, studying religious doctrines, internships, international exchanges, or working holidays (youth exchanges), provided they have obtained a special entry permit issued by Taiwan;
    • Passengers travelling to Taiwan to visit relatives who are nationals or residents of Taiwan, joining family (foreign spouses and minors only), emergency reasons, on humanitarian grounds, or other cases given special approval by the CECC, provided they have obtained a special entry permit issued by Taiwan; or
    • Nationals who are subject to Visa-Exempt Entry.

  • Resident visas issued by Taiwan will not be accepted for entry. Migrant workers travelling on a valid Alien Resident Certificate (ARC) are permitted to enter Taiwan provided holding a re-entry permit issued by Taiwan.
  • Passengers will be refused boarding if they do not hold proof of accommodation arrangement for the quarantine.
  • Further information can also be found here . 

Test requirements

  • Passengers departing from Shanghai Pudong International Airport (PVG) or Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport (SHA) must meet one of the following conditions:
    • They hold one negative PCR test result tested within 48 hours before departure and one negative PCR test result tested within 24 hours before departure; or
    • They hold 2 negative PCR test results tested within 48 hours prior to departure and a negative antigen test result tested within 24 hours before departure.

Quarantine requirements

  • Passengers aged 2 years and older will receive 4 at-home rapid test kits on arrival. Passengers must observe 7 days of self-initiated epidemic prevention on arrival in a residence under the rule of ‘one person per room’.
    • Passengers who have experienced Covid-19 symptoms in the 14 days prior to arrival should report their symptoms to the Taiwan Centers for Disease Control officers on arrival. Passengers may be subject to a test at the airport of the hospital if they are assessed to required medical attention.
    • For further information on testing and quarantine on arrival, please see Taiwan Centers for Disease Control.

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