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Taiwan plans to lift entry quarantine on October 13

23.09.2022 ТАСС 95 просмотров

It is also planned to resume the visa-free entry program that the region has with 66 countries.

Taiwan may cancel the entry quarantine on October 13. This was reported on Thursday by the island's central news agency with reference to Prime Minister Su Zhenchang.

Currently, a three-day quarantine regime is in effect in Taiwan for all arrivals, and four more days are allotted for self-observation. It is assumed that the quarantine requirement will be replaced by a seven-day self-observation.

According to the agency, if everything goes according to plan, these measures will take effect from October 13. In addition, it is planned to resume the visa-free entry program that Taiwan has with 66 countries.

On Wednesday, 46.9 thousand new cases of coronavirus infection were registered on the island. Since the beginning of the covid pandemic, more than 6 million people from the 23 million population have already been ill on the island.

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