Notice of Entry Restriction to Taiwan for 2019-nCoV
Notice of Entry Restriction to Taiwan for 2019-nCoV (有關中港澳地區入境之規定)
update: Feb. 05, 2020
For Taiwanese Residents:
- February 6, travelers with a history of travel to China, Hong Kong and Macau are required to be under home quarantine for 14 days after entering Taiwan.
- Travelers returning to Taiwan who were permitted to visit Hong Kong and Macau are required to conduct self-health management for 14 days.
For People from People Republic of China:
- The entry of Chinese residents will be suspended to come to Taiwan.
For People from Hong Kong and Macau:
- From February 7, people from Hong Kong and Macau are required to be under home quarantine for 14 days after entering Taiwan.
For Foreign Nations:
- Starting February 7, 2020, foreign nationals who have visited or resided in the PRC over the past 14 days before they arrive in Taiwan will be prohibited from entering Taiwan (including those who are eligible for visa-free treatment, landing visas, and e-visas, as well as those carrying valid visas).
- Starting February 7, 2020, the Republic of China (Taiwan) will implement entry restrictions and visa control measures on foreign nationals who have visited or resided in the People’s Republic of China (PRC) in the previous 14 days.
The aforementioned measures may be adjusted or updated based on the development of the novel coronavirus outbreak.