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General Public

Our co-resident is under home isolation/home quarantine, what should we do?
  1. Maintain a distance of at least 1 meter from those who are under quarantine, and avoid close contact with them.
  2. Wear a mask whenever possible.
  3. Wash your hands frequently with soap and water. Wash your hands before touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.
  4. If any discomfort or symptoms occur, please immediately notify the local health authorities, and seek medical assistance accordingly.
How can I decide if I should get a viral test?

Priorities for COVID-19 testing are as follows:

  1. Hospitalized patients with symptoms
  2. Healthcare facility workers, workers in congregate living dettings, and first responders with symptoms
  3. Residents in long-term care facilities or other congregate living settings, including prisons and shelters, with symptoms

Government

We are an overseas government agency. When COVID-19 has continued to spread around the globe, we would like to know what new regulations such as border control would Taiwan’s government implement in response to COVID-19 outbreak in 2021.

On July 1, the Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) announced that starting 12:00 pm on July 2 (time of arrival in Taiwan), it will tighten health monitoring measures for people entering Taiwan via airport/port. Details about such measures are listed below.
A. Arriving travelers who have visited key high-risk countries in the past 14 days, after they enter Taiwan via airport or port, will be required to quarantine in group quarantine facilities for 14 days, with accommodation fees paid by the government, and undergo PCR tests for COVID-19 upon checking in at group quarantine facilities and at the end of their quarantine period. Furthermore, such travelers will be required to take a rapid home test between the 10th day and 12th day of their quarantine period.
B. Arriving travelers who have not visited key high-risk countries in the past 14 days will be required to take a deep-throat saliva test and a PCR test upon arrival at an airport or a port in Taiwan and to take a quarantine vehicle to a quarantine hotel or a group quarantine facility where they plan to complete quarantine at their own expense for the 14-day quarantine after taking the tests; such travelers shall also undergo a PCR test before the end of their quarantine (between the 12th and 14th day of the quarantine period) and take a rapid home test between the 10th day and 12th day of their quarantine period.
C. All arriving travelers testing positive for COVID-19 will be subjected to genome sequencing.

On June 27, the Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) announced that in response to the spread of the Delta variant globally and its high transmissibility, starting today, travelers arriving in Taiwan from the seven key high-risk countries (Brazil, India, the UK, Peru, Israel, Indonesia, and Bangladesh), are required to take quarantine vehicles arranged by the Ministry of Transportation and Communications to go to group quarantine facilities from airports or ports. Travelers arriving in Taiwan from countries other than the seven high-risk countries should take quarantine vehicles at their own expense or drive their own vehicles to a quarantine hotel or a group quarantine facility where they plan to stay at their own expense. The CECC emphasized that friends and relatives of people arriving in Taiwan should refrain from picking them up at airports or ports to reduce virus transmission.

On June 26, the Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) announced that starting June 27, travelers arriving in Taiwan from countries other than the seven countries at high risk of COVID-19 variants (Brazil, India, the UK, Peru, Israel, Indonesia, and Bangladesh), including those who have visited the countries in the past 14 days and those who have transited in the countries, will be allowed to stay in group quarantine facilities at their own expense. Such travelers can book a group quarantine facility room starting 20:00 on June 26.
The CECC pointed out the cost to stay at the facilities is NT$ 2,000 per night per person, and children under age of 12 can stay in the same room as one of their parents free of charge. Moreover, the location of the group quarantine facility where an individual stays should be assigned by the CECC.
The CECC reminds members of the public who wish to quarantine at group quarantine facilities to make a reservation on the Quarantine System for Entry. Those making a reservation should book a group quarantine facility room and make payment on the Quarantine System for Entry 48 hours prior to their incoming flight’s scheduled arrival time to have a reservation code that should be provided for entry.

For more information, please refer to:
https://www.cdc.gov.tw/En/Bulletin/Detail/FEq_1cKkRDoHZTPRTAGgDQ?typeid=158
https://www.cdc.gov.tw/En/Bulletin/Detail/z5jLbqfeiVRbY3ECrhmhEg?typeid=158
https://www.cdc.gov.tw/En/Bulletin/Detail/Sz-xhhsYnFP85zua7fEVLQ?typeid=158
(Updated on Jul. 2, 2021)

We are an overseas government agency. When COVID-19 has continued to spread around the globe, we would like to know how Taiwan's government to arrange people to get the COVID-19 vaccine?

On June 25, the Central Epidemic Command Center announced that to avoid vaccine wastage, the leftover vaccine doses from the last opened vial on the day of administration can be offered to individuals registered under the standby list mechanisms of vaccination sites.
Recommended procedures are listed below.
A. Vaccination sites announce details about COVID-19 vaccination procedures and opening of the standby list registration.
B. Vaccination sites are recommended to make standby lists for adults aged 18 and over.

On June 22, the Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) reported that a total of 2.74 million doses of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine were imported between June 18 and June 20, 2021, and it expected that those vaccine doses would be distributed to local departments of health and designated healthcare facilities starting July 1. Starting July 1, eligibility for COVID-19 vaccination (regardless of vaccine brand) will be expanded to the following individuals:
1. Individuals in the first priority group: medical personnel
2. Individuals in the second priority group: disease prevention and control personnel at the central and local governments, front-line personnel in facilities handling human remains
3. Individuals in the third priority group: front-line workers at high risk of exposure
4 Individuals in the fourth priority group: those who must travel abroad due to special circumstances (personnel who need to travel abroad for official business, foreign diplomatic personnel and their family members in Taiwan, and athletes or competitors representing Taiwan in international competitions.)
5. Individuals in the fifth priority group, including residents and workers in residential long-term care facilities; residents and staff in community long term care facilities and disability care facilities and home caregivers and care receivers; staff in other institutions (including workers in correctional institutions); and kidney dialysis people
6. Individuals in the sixth priority group, including elderly people aged 75 and older and pregnant women
7. Individuals in the seventh priority group: personnel maintaining national security and the normal functions of society
8. Individuals in the eighth priority group: elderly people aged 65-74
9. People who have received their first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine: they can receive their second dose of the same vaccine brand at the recommended interval between the two doses.

For more information, please refer to:
https://www.cdc.gov.tw/En/Bulletin/Detail/yqa6PWocauFRA0Xz0LbJsQ?typeid=158
https://www.cdc.gov.tw/En/Bulletin/Detail/awXenIA3YJya9M1GakLoSA?typeid=158
(Last updated on Jul. 2, 2021)

We are a foreign government agency and would like to know what new regulations will the government of Taiwan implement in response to COVID-19 outbreak.

On June 23, the Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) announced that after assessing the COVID-19 situation in Taiwan, it has decided to extend its nationwide Level 3 epidemic alert for another two weeks (until July 12) in order to protect the health of people in Taiwan.
The CECC will also reinforce the following control measures under the Level 3 epidemic alert:
A. Conduct precision epidemiological investigations into confirmed COVID-19 cases;
B. Conduct COVID-19 tests on people completing their home quarantine/isolation period;
C. Speed up vaccinations for high-risk groups;
D. Promote the expanded community screening program;
E. Improve care for severe cases;
F. Launch a health monitoring program for retailers engaging in the supply of daily essential goods.
The CECC urges the public to continue rigorously following Level 3 restrictions and control measures and thoroughly cooperate with the government to fight against COVID-19 in the community.
For more information, please refer to:
https://www.cdc.gov.tw/En/Bulletin/Detail/en36fygNXciYYgmgcWPHuQ?typeid=158
(Updated on Jul. 2, 2021)

We are a foreign government agency who would like to know what new regulations would the government of Taiwan implement in response to COVID-19 outbreak for migrant workers.

On July 1, the Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) announced that starting today, the transfer of foreign workers working as home care workers and home helps to new employers consecutively hiring these two types of foreign workers (including a transfer resulting from the expiration of the employment contract) may be allowed again, whereas the transfer of foreign workers in other industries remains halted; the policy will be reviewed based on the status of the pandemic.
The CECC pointed out that employers who consecutively employ (including a transfer resulting from the expiration of the employment contract) foreign home care workers and home helps shall implement the measures listed below.
A. New employers consecutively employing the two types of foreign workers must arrange for newly employed live-in foreign workers to receive a COVID-19 PCR test in an accredited healthcare facility on the first day of employment (including a transfer resulting from the expiration of the employment contract), and testing fees should be paid by the new employer.
B. If a foreign worker tests positive for COVID-19 by PCR testing, the new employer should abide by the Foreign Worker Employment Guidelines in Response to Severe Pneumonia with Novel Pathogens (COVID-19): Managing the Work, Life and Outdoor Activities of Foreign Workers issued by the Ministry of Labor and cooperate with medical attention, quarantine and treatment arranged by the health authorities. If a foreign worker tests negative by PCR testing, the new employer should, on a daily basis, continue to monitor his or her health status and keeps a record of places he or she visits.
For more information, please refer to:
https://www.cdc.gov.tw/En/Bulletin/Detail/EnHWL1egZLhYlAFkf2Uf1w?typeid=158
(Updated on Jul. 2, 2021)

Medical Professionals

What steps have been taken by the Taiwan CDC to prevent imported cases?

For inbound travelers with upper respiratory symptoms who do not meet the criteria of compulsory transfer to hospital, they are required to complete the “Communicable Disease Survey Form” and receive “Notification of Compulsory Quarantine for Arriving Passengers with Suspicious Symptoms.”

What are the “Epidemic New Life Movement” measures being promoted in Taiwan?

Citizens can feel safe to shop and dine at any shops and restaurants meeting the following epidemic control requirements:

  1. Social distancing:1.5 indoor an 1m outdoor, with alternate seat arrangements or partitions between seats.
  2. Personal hygiene and protection:Wear masks, measure body temperature, and provide washing/cleaning agents for hands at entrances or in the venues.
  3. Real name system:Register customer names and implement customer traffic control.

Business Community

Taiwan has achieved an extraordinary accomplishment in the domestic supply management of COVID-19 prevention products such as face masks and protective apparel. How did Taiwan do it?

After receiving first confirmed case on Jan. 21, the Taiwan government immediately executed export restriction on face mask and control the distribution of taken in a week. In the meantime, over 80 companies worked together through government’s coordination to build 92 mask production lines and began to run in 2 month which increased daily supply from 4 million to 13 million.

What products are under export restrictions?

In order to meet domestic demand, face masks made from non-woven materials (6/30), medical alcohol and sanitizers with drug license (no certain date yet) are not allowed to export according to the official announcement from the Executive Yuan. Melt-blown non-woven, ear straps and mask production machines are also under government’s control and have to be approved by the MOEA (Ministry of Economic Affairs) before being exported.

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BIO Asia-Taiwan International Conference and Exhibition, the world’s first combined onsite plus online biotechnology conference, closed on July 26. Held in Taipei, from July 22 to 26, 2020, the event attracted over 5,000 viewers to its online conference, of which foreign participants accounted for 30 percent. Utilizing the BIO One-on-One Partnering™ platform, over 6,000 requests were made over the course of the event’s five days. With this new format, members of Taiwan’s burgeoning biotechnology industry were able to successfully step out from the shadow of the global pandemic and develop a new wave of business opportunities with the world’s biomedical community.

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Medical Taiwan showcased trending products and technologies in the realms of “epidemic prevention ecosystem” and “smart medical”, concluded with a success on Oct 17th, 2020 at Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center Hall 2. With enterprises specializing in biomedicine, ICT and manufacture joining forces to forge new cross-field collaborations, Taiwan’s international brand image is undergoing great enhancement as these outstanding enterprises identify and achieve breakthroughs in an intensely competitive market.

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The Healthcare+ Expo Taiwan is the largest of its kind in Asia, with aims at facilitating interdisciplinary collaborations and shaping the healthcare landscape locally and inter-regionally. It has been regarded as a significant trade fair for procurement, networking and marketing, with products, innovations and applications in smart hospitals, biopharmaceutical, AIoT in healthcare, medical supplies on display. The Taiwan HealthCare Expo has brought together 550 companies and organizations and 150 startups operating 1,580 booths that showcase a wide variety of technology and apps used in healthcare, including AI, cloud technology, IoT, sensor chips, 8K LCD displays, VR and AR.

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Md. A H
1 year ago

I need hand gloves, Pulse Oximeter, Inferred Thermometer etc.

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Robert
Robert
11 months ago

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10 months ago
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You may fill in the product you need in this link
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Laila
9 months ago

Good.thanhs for your advertisement i need glaps and musk

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9 months ago
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Laila
9 months ago

I need hand gloves.plus oximur tharmometter. and ppe.

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1 year ago
Reply to  Laila

We suggest you to go browsing our website(Taiwantrade.com) as below for searching your ideal product.
And you can use the online request form, and PRESS “Contact Us”, to contact suppliers directly.

For Gloves
https://www.taiwantrade.com/products/search/%20gloves-gallery.html

For thermometer
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soe Min AUng
soe Min AUng
7 months ago

Dear Sir,

Thanks for sharing the valuable information.

Looking forward to receiving COVID-19 vaccine development.

Warm Regards,
Soe Min Aung

Rosy Indri
Rosy Indri
7 months ago

We are looking for VTM, Rapidtest Antigen, Rapidtest Antibody, PCR reagent

Coulibaly Salif
Coulibaly Salif
2 months ago

I’m from Burkina Faso and i would like to know how can we get chirurgical masque from Taiwan to Burkina Faso

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