Taiwan further tightens restrictions on China visitors due to virus


Taiwan's Center for Disease Control personnel using thermal scanners to screen passengers arriving on a flight from China's Wuhan province at the Taoyuan International Airport. Taiwan on Sunday (Jan 26) further tightened restrictions on visitors from China to prevent the spread of a new coronavirus, suspending entry for many tourists. - AFP

TAIPEI: Taiwan on Sunday (Jan 26) further tightened restrictions on visitors from China to prevent the spread of a new coronavirus, suspending entry for many apart from some business travellers and a few other exceptions like people married to Taiwanese.

Taiwan has close economic and cultural links with China and has so far reported four cases of the new coronavirus, which started in the central Chinese city of Wuhan in Hubei province and where most of the 56 deaths to date have been.

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