Taiwan to Resume Visa Free Entry for US, Canada and Diplomatic Allies Next Monday

Taiwan was a popular tourist destination for visitors such as Japan, South Korea and Southeast Asia before the pandemic of Covid-19. Now the government said they will resume visa free for visitors including the United States, Canada, New Zealand, and more.

Taiwan kept its quarantine rules in place as the three-day quarantine is still required along with a PCR test upon arrival and a current cap on 50,000 arrivals a week.

In June, Taiwan had cut its quarantine requirement from seven days to three days.

Most countries around the world have already reopened, which leads to the decision that Taiwan needs to balance economic social activities and international exchanges. Taiwan’s Central Epidemic Command Center said next Monday they will start the resumption to the United States, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, Europe and diplomatic allies for visa free.