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2021.12.13 CECC announced to maintain LEVEL 2 epidemic alert from 14 December to 27 December.
2021.11.29 CECC announced to maintain LEVEL 2 epidemic alert from 30 November to 13 December.
2021.11.11 CECC announced to maintain LEVEL 2 epidemic alert from 16 November to 29 November.
2021.11.02 CECC announced to maintain LEVEL 2 epidemic alert from 2 November to 15 November.
2021.09.19 CECC announced to maintain LEVEL 2 epidemic alert from 21 September to 4 October.
2021.09.06 CECC announced to maintain LEVEL 2 epidemic alert from 7 September to 20 September.
2021.08.21 CECC announced to maintain LEVEL 2 epidemic alert from 24 August to 6 September.
2021.0.09 CECC announced to maintain LEVEL 2 epidemic alert from 10 August to 23 August.
2021.10.28 Mask Rules Were Relaxed for LEVEL 2 Alert
Mask rule exceptions:
Crowd limits and control measures discontinued:
Conditional opening of leisure and entertainment venues:
(Source: Taiwan News on https://www.taiwannews.com.tw/en/news/4328203)
2021.09.27 CECC plans to ease disease prevention and control measures for certain venues starting this week and to conditionally allow some entertainment and leisure venues to open starting October 5.
2021.09.16 Multi-ways to book a vaccine appointment.
2021.08.31 Vaccine appointment booking system is open to people aged 23-28 who registered willingness to receive AZ vaccine before July 19 for scheduling appointments.
2021.08.27 The BNT vaccine is available on the vaccine appointment booking system.
2021.08.02 Registration for the fourth round of government-funded COVID-19 vaccinations ends at 12:00 pm today.
2021.07.23 Epidemic alert level was reduced to LEVEL 2 from 27 July to 9 August.
2021.07.18 3rd round of vaccine registration for Taiwanese, foreigners postponed to noon, 19 July.
2021.07.14 Taiwan vaccine registration platform opens to everyone 18 and older.
(The posters are suitable for foreign students and workers.)
2021.07.08 Level 3 alert and relaxed regulations.
2021.07.08 Level 3 alert extended until 26 July.
2021.07.06 COVID-19 Home Test FAQs.
2021.06.23 Level 3 alert extended until 12 July.
CECC announces Level 3 measures to be extended for two more weeks.
2021.06.07 Level 3 alert extended until 28 June.
2021.06.02WEAR a mask and WASH hands frequently when entering and leaving hospitals and long-term care institutions
2021.05.26Strengthen Level 3 alert and implement the 5 major measures.
2021.05.25CECC extends epidemic alert to Level 3 nationwide until June 14.
2021.05.23Free charge and easy to do real-name registration in every public space
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2021.05.19CECC raises epidemic warning to Level 3 nationwide from May 19 to May 28.
2021.05.14 Taiwan Social Distancing app available for download.
When an app user is confirmed to have COVID-19, the health authority will upload related data after obtaining consent from the confirmed case, and the app will automatically send alerts to app users who have come into contact with the confirmed case in the past 14 days to remind them to monitor their health status.
How to download and install Taiwan Social Distancing app
2021.05.11 Taiwan CECC announced that epidemic warning has raised to Level 2 from today Tuesday, 11 May to Monday, 8 June.
2021.03.03 AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine arrives in Taiwan on 3rd March.
According to ACIP's recommended implementation of the vaccine, medical staff are the first batch of vaccinated people, to protect citizens' health and advance the implantation work.
2021.01.26 KEEP YOUR DISTANCE for 1 meter in public areas, for 1.5 meters indoors.
--The sweetest reminder from Master Shiba from the Ministry of Health and Welfare (MOHW).
CECC:To prevent community infections, event organizers are urged to strictly conduct a risk assessment and prepare complete disease prevention plans before gatherings. ( January 19/ For press release and details at https://reurl.cc/R66eZe)
CECC stated considerations for year-end large gatherings on December 22. For press release and details at http://supr.link/KZVu3
(Source: MOFA TAIWAN)
2020.11.18 Fall-winter COVID-19 prevention program to be launched on December 1; CECC urges the public and healthcare facilities to follow related measures.
1. Border quarantine: all travelers coming to Taiwan and transit passengers are required to provide a certificate of a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR test result issued within three days prior to boarding the flight to Taiwan.
2. Community prevention: people must wear masks in eight types of public venues, and violators who refuse to comply after being advised could be penalized according to laws.
3. Medical response: Medical response: strengthen case reporting and specimen collection procedures, and formulate incentive indicators.
(Details & Source: Taiwan CDC - 20201118 Fall-winter COVID-19 prevention program)
2020.11.04 The Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) announced that starting from November 9, it would enhance entry quarantine measures for travelers coming to Taiwan who has experienced symptoms in the past 14 days.
2020-08-12 CECC raises its risk level for Vietnam to medium risk as coronavirus cases in Vietnam continue to increase
2020-07-22 Starting from August 1, Taiwan to conditionally allow foreign nationals to receive medical treatment in Taiwan
2020-07-22 Hong Kong, Australia are removed from CECC’s list of medium-risk countries as their coronavirus cases continue to increase
2020-06-25 transit passengers are allowed at Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport with thorough route and monitoring measures in place to prevent coronavirus spread
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