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Migrant workers entering in Taiwan will only picked up by medical professionals

Taiwan's Ministry of Labor (MOL) announced Tuesday (March 17) that all migrant workers will be picked up by medical professionals upon entering the country. Vice Minister of Labor Lin San-kuei said the majority of Taiwan's foreign workers are from Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand, and the Philippines, and that the MOL has drawn up preventive measures accordingly. 

Lin said employers can apply for three-month employment extensions for their workers if their contracts are up during the pandemic.

 He added that all employers need to take responsibility for workers placed in quarantine as well as present the details of their planned home quarantine locations starting Wednesday (March 18).

Airport for entry. Upon their arrival, the workers will be picked up and screened by medical staff before being transported to their employers for a 14-day home quarantine.

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