Taiwan expands hotel quarantine orders for new arrivals

TAIPEH: Taiwan tightened its anti-coronavirus measures on Saturday (May 2), extending the list of international arrivals ordered to undergo hotel quarantine in a bid to prevent imported infections.

All individuals arriving on the island will be ordered to quarantine in special hotels for 14 days if they share a home with vulnerable people or if they lack a single room with a separate bathroom at home, under new rules announced by the Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC).

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Taiwan , Covid-19 , Meaures


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