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Taiwan planning to permit the entry of foreign tourists comes October


According to Taiwan's Ministry of Transportation and Communications (MOTC), the country is planning to allow the entry of foreign tourists in October in a step by step process of reopening the tourism industry.


Taiwan has been able to put the COVID-19 outbreak in the country under control. Transportation Minister Lin Chia-lung announced a three-stage draft plan to relax epidemic prevention restrictions on transportation and travel, Taiwan News reported.

The three atages were (1) Relaxation of food ban and ticking restrictions, (2) Tourism subsidies and end of face mask requirement and (3) Opening Taiwan to international tourism.

Opening the country to foreign tourists will be the last phase. The timeline currently planned for this is Oct. 1 to Dec. 31.

Restrictions on connecting flights, arrivals taking mass transportation, and international cruise ships will gradually lifted with the guidelines from the Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC).



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