Taiwan is considering lifting its entry ban on overseas workers amid a labour shortage
The Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) says it will be lifting the requirement that all travellers entering Taiwan get a pre-flight coronavirus PCR test from midnight on Sunday
The Ministry of Labour says it is considering lifting the entry ban on migrant workers to address the ongoing labour shortage
The Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) has confirmed that the current weekly cap of 25,000 visitor arrivals has been raised to 40,000 with immediate effect and pre-entry PCR test requirements for certain groups of people will soon be removed.
Health minister Chen Shih-Chung says Taiwan is considering lifting pre-flight PCR Covid-19 testing requirements for arrivals from low-risk countries
The Taoyuan International Airport Corporation says it will be expanding the number of coronavirus testing facilities this week as part of efforts to ensure that no cases of the coronavirus Delta variant enter Taiwan undetected.
The mayors of Taipei and New Taipei both told residents of their respective cities to only go to a Covid-19 testing site to take a PCR test if they have already taken a rapid test and tested positive
The Central Epidemic Command Center will be testing all arriving travellers for the coronavirus from today and they will also be required to test negative two more times before the end of their 14-day quarantine period.
All incoming travellers to Taiwan must now provide a negative coronavirus test. According to the new "Fall-Winter" regulations beginning today, all travellers to Taiwan, including Taiwanese citizens, must include a Covid-19 nucleic acid test before boarding their flight.