Taiwan will resume visa-free entry for visitors from countries including the US and Canada from next week in the government’s latest reopening step while containing the spread of Covid-19.
However, it has removed Singapore, Malaysia and a host of other countries from the initial list of nations, according to breaking news reports.
Reasons have yet to be confirmed at press time.
This announcement follows after Taiwan’s quarantine reduction for arrivals in June.
A three-day quarantine and on-arrival PCR test will remain a requirement for all arrivals, while Taiwan continues to uphold its cap on 50,000 arrivals per week.