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Taiwan to remove quarantine by Oct 15

Taiwan will end the quarantine requirement for all visitors within weeks, along with a staged phase-out of mandatory face masks in public spaces, reports Executive Traveller.

The head of the country’s Central Epidemic Command Center has announced the need for hotel quarantine would be removed by October 15 at the latest, reports Taiwan’s Central News Agency.

Wang Bisheng, Chief, CECC said Taiwan will move to a “0+7″ system whereby visitors will need to self-monitor using daily rapid tests for the first week of their arrival.

Taiwan has required three days of hotel quarantine since the country began a staged reopening on September 12, whiles also returning to visa-free entry for visitors from Australia, New Zealand, the US and Canada, the EU “and diplomatic allies”. (Source: Executive Traveller)

 

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