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Taiwan to re-open borders for migrant workers

Taiwanese employers may start to bring in their migrant workers to ease the labor shortage of Taiwan, this will be the second phase of re-opening of borders.

Taiwan will launch the second phase of allowing entry of migrant workers from the Philippines, Vietnam, Indonesia, and Thailand on Feb. 15. announced by Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC).

Starting on Feb. 15, the point-based system for entry will not be used and a second phase of entry regulations will begin.

There are currently more than 5,000 Filipino workers whom are stranded in the Philippines and unable to enter Taiwan.

The new protocols require migrant workers to get tested for COVID-19 "before they enter work training centers in their home countries and also need to test negative again two days before departing for Taiwan."


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