Taiwan to end COVID quarantine for arrivals, welcome back tourists
TAIPEI -Taiwan will end its mandatory COVID-19 quarantine for arrivals from Oct. 13 and welcome tourists back, the government said on Thursday, completing a major step on its plan to re-open to the outside world. Taiwan had kept some of its entry and quarantine rules in place as large parts of the rest of Asia relaxed or lifted them completely, although in June it cut the number of days
Taiwan to end quarantine for arrivals starting Oct. 13
Taiwan says it will end mandatory COVID-19 quarantines for people arriving from overseas beginning Oct. 13. The Central Epidemic Command Center announced Thursday that the previous weeklong requirement will be
Taiwan to end Covid quarantine for arrivals, welcome back tourists
TAIPEI (Reuters):Taiwan will end its mandatory Covid-19 quarantine for arrivals from Oct 13 and welcome tourists back, the government said on Thursday (Sept 29), completing a major step on its plan to re-open to the outside world.