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Taiwan considering to reopen border when 7-million or 30% people are fully vaccinated

Taiwan's Deputy Minister of Health and Welfare Shih Chung-liang said that border control measures will remain unchanged until at least 30 percent of the population have been fully vaccinated.

Entry restrictions would not be relaxed not until at least 30 percent of the population in Taiwan or about 7.02 million people have been fully vaccinated and received two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine.

According to Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) data, about 5.7 million people had been fully vaccinated, around 24.3 percent of the population.

Taiwan uses four types of vaccines that require two doses that are available in Taiwan, including AstraZeneca, Moderna, Medigen and Pfizer BioNTech.

CECc said that it need to weigh up the global pandemic situation and the country's COVID-19 vaccine coverage before making any changes to the current border policy. (Photo CNA)


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