Taiwan Re-opens Border to Tourists

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Taiwan has reopened its borders to tourists after lifting some of the world’s long-lasting pandemic border controls.

Tourism Bureau Director-General, Chang Shi-chung revealed that the island’s reopening was a chance to rebuild cross-border tourism.

Taiwanese officials welcomed the first group of visitors arriving on a flight from Bangkok shortly after midnight at the island’s main international airport near Taipei.

Visitors began arriving on the island on Thursday without the need for quarantine or PCR tests for the first time in more than two and a half years.

Written by: Helen Obih

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