Returnees with elderly, infants or chronically ill in household should stay at quarantine hotel
By: Matthew Strong, Taiwan News, Staff Writer
New arrivals with infants, elderly and the chronically ill in their household would then be directed to coronavirus quarantine hotels, the CECC said. While the number of Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in Taiwan has risen slowly, reaching 398 on Saturday, there is still concern about the situation in nearby countries, CNA reported.
If travelers entering Taiwan have visited a Southeast Asian country within the previous 14 days, they should fill out a health statement before boarding their flight. They should also ascertain whether their home is fit to spend two weeks of quarantine in, the CECC said. [FULL STORY]