Jump to the content zone at the center
1Starting March 1, arrivals and close contacts of confirmed cases no longer receive free COVID-19 at-home rapid tests (C/2-3)2023-03-01
2CECC announces plans to relax indoor mask rules; eased rules scheduled to take effect on Feb. 20 if pandemic situation remains stable(C/2-2)2023-02-16
3Starting Feb. 7, Taiwan will ease entry and quarantine requirements and lift the requirement for saliva PCR testing for arrivals from China at airports and ports. Arrivals will still need to undergo a 7-day period of self-initiated prevention, and they will only need to take rapid tests if they show symptoms.(C/2-1)2023-02-07
4China and transiting through Hong Kong or Macao must provide COVID-19 test results (C/1-1)2023-01-10
5Starting January 1, 2023, non-R.O.C. nationals without NHI cards who are diagnosed with COVID-19 in Taiwan to pay their medical costs during their isolation period (C/12-3)2023-01-07
6In response to rising COVID-19 cases in China, effective Jan. 1, 2023, testing measures for travelers from China to be strengthened; such travelers should undergo 7-day period of self-initiated prevention and take rapid tests after entry (C/12-2)2023-01-02
7CECC explains its plan to require non-R.O.C. nationals without NHI cards who are diagnosed with COVID-19 in Taiwan to pay their medical costs during their isolation period themselves starting January 1, 2023 (C/12-1)2022-12-09
8Effective December 10, Taiwan to Remove Weekly Cap of Arrivals (C/11-3)2022-12-01
9Taiwan to Ease Current Mask Mandate Starting December 1 (C/11-2)2022-12-01
10Visiting patients in hospitals across Taiwan conditionally allowed starting December 10 (C/11-1)2022-12-01
11Starting October 19, individuals who got vaccinated with Medigen vaccine and need to go abroad can receive doses of other COVID-19 vaccines with EUA in Taiwan (C/10-2)2022-10-26
12COVID-19 travel notice for all countries/regions will be lowered to Level 2: Alert, effective 00:00 on October 13, 2022. Travelers should take enhanced precautionary measures when going abroad. (C/10-1)2022-10-19
13To strengthen the epidemic prevention of migrant workers, employers are requested to encourage migrant workers to get booster shots of Covid-19. (C/9-2)2022-09-14
14From September 12th, resumption of visa free entry for visitors from the United States, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, Europe, and diplomatic allies. (C/9-1)2022-09-12
15Effective from September 1, 3+4 quarantine policy to remain in place for arrivals; one person per room rule to be adopted during four days of self-initiated epidemic prevention (C/8-2)2022-08-22
16Effective from August 15, Taiwan to remove requirement that inbound passengers should provide COVID-19 PCR test result within two days of flight schedule time (C/8-1)2022-08-15
17Starting on July 25, 2022, the entry restrictions will be loosened for foreign nationals that apply visas for volunteering, religious proselytization, studying religious doctrines, internships, international exchanges, and working holidays (youth exchanges). (C/7-2)2022-07-27
18Taiwan to ease current mask mandate and other epidemic prevention measures starting July 19 (C/7-1)2022-07-27
19Current mask mandate and other preventive measures will remain in place from July 1 (C/6-1)2022-07-04
20CECC to help local governments set up six pop-up jab stations for children aged 5-11 on June 1 (C/5-16)2022-06-06