VIDEO: New face mask rules go into effect in Taiwan on Dec. 1
Radio Taiwan International
Date: 30 November, 2020
By: Andrew Ryan
Immigration authorities say that Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport saw a huge increase in the number of arrivals on Sunday (4,322 people), ahead of new COVID-19 regulations on Dec. 1. The numbers dipped to 1,648 arrivals on Monday. (CNA photo)
Immigration authorities say that Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport saw a huge increase in the number of arrivals on Sunday (4,322 people), ahead of new COVID-19 regulations on Dec. 1. The numbers dipped to 1,648 arrivals on Monday. (CNA photo)[/caption]
Taiwan is requiring face masks at most indoor public places starting on Dec. 1. Health officials say it’s a preventive measure as global COVID-19 cases begin to peak in the fall and winter months.
If you’re flying to Taiwan any time after December 1st… there’s some new rules you’ll need to know. They’re part of the Fall-Winter COVID-19 prevention program.
Travelers will need to present a negative COVID test taken within three days of departure.
Face masks are required in eight public places, everywhere from hospitals and clinics, to public transportation.
Those that don’t comply will face a fine of up to NT$15,000 (more than US$500). [FULL STORY]
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