Taiwan cuts quarantine for arrivals to three days

Taiwan will be reducing mandatory quarantine for all arrivals from seven to three days starting from June 15, in the destination’s latest easing of Covid-related rules.

Upon completion of their quarantine, individuals need to continue to monitor their health for another four days, and have been advised against going out where possible.

Quarantine for all arrivals in Taiwan has been reduced from seven to three days starting from June 15; Taoyuan International Airport pictured

Previously in May, Taiwan reduced the number of days spent in isolation for arrivals from 10 to seven.

As Taiwan has yet to fully reopen its borders, other Covid-19 restrictions – such as all arrivals are required to produce pre-departure negative PCR tests – remain in place.

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