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(Updated) Regulations of Entering Taiwan (Since April 10, 2021)

CECC removes Cambodia from its list of medium-risk countries as infections in the country continue to rise

Public Holiday Notice

Starting April 10, Taiwan to again allow arriving travelers with history of travel to the UK, South Africa or Eswatini to undergo quarantine at quarantine hotels or follow one person per residence requirement and quarantine at home

CECC removes Mauritius from its list of medium-risk countries as local infections in the country continue to rise

(Updated 06/4/2021) Brunei announced that the Temporary Suspension on Cross Border Activities is extended until 22 April 2021

In response to Taroko Express No. 408 train crash, CECC implements Taroko Train Accident Special Program for Overseas Relatives of Victims to allow them to come to Taiwan to visit injured family members or attend funerals

CECC removes East Timor from its list of medium-risk countries in response to severe local infections in the country; CECC moves Vietnam and Singapore to the list of low-risk category as cases in the two countries continue downward trend

(Updated 22/3/2021) Brunei announced that the Temporary Suspension on Cross Border Activities is extended until 7 April 2021

CECC announces that the Taiwan-Palau travel bubble will begin; tours organized under the travel bubble should meet five main disease prevention principles

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