By: Chen Yu-ting and Matthew Mazzetta
Ko said the plaza, one of the prime viewing points for the annual Taipei 101 fireworks show, will open to the public at 3 p.m.
All attendees will be required to wear face masks, have their temperatures taken, register their names and ID numbers, and sanitize their hands at one of three main checkpoints before they can enter the venue, he said.
The number of attendees in the plaza area will also be limited to 40,000, Ko said, down from the 80,000 limit the city government had announced earlier this week. [FULL STORY]