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Covid: Taiwan relaxes entry regulations

Taiwan plans to end mandatory Covid quarantine for inbound travelers “around October 13.” Further restrictions are to be loosened as early as next week, the government announced Thursday. Previously, inbound travelers still had to isolate themselves from the outside world for three days. Since the beginning of the year, Taiwan has recorded six million Covid infections. For the most part, Omicron cases with more than 99 percent mild symptoms, authorities said.

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