TAIWAN has reduced quarantine requirements for incoming passengers to three days followed by four days of self-monitoring for signs of Covid.
Arrivals previously had to stay seven days in a designated hotel plus another seven days of self-monitoring with advice to remain in one location.
Health authorities in Taiwan are reported to be weighing up further easing of measures to no quarantine but seven days self-monitoring that commences on the day of arrival. Officials are expected to make an announcement in August once the latest easing has been evaluated with a view to ending quarantine in September.
Taiwan News reported that the number of overseas arrivals permitted to enter will be limited to 25,000 a week.