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Dernières restrictions de voyage

Entrée à : Taïwan!Restrictions d'entrée strictes
Suivi des modifications de réglementations
Quarantaine
14 jours requis
Vaccinations
Non requis
Test COVID-19
Un test PCR négatif testé dans les 3 jours ouvrables avant le départ est requis
Formulaires et visas
Obligatoire
Assurance voyage/ médicale
Non requis
Masques
Le masque est obligatoire dans les espaces publics intérieurs, les transports publics et certains espaces extérieurs
Pendant l'épidémie de COVID-19, les politiques d'entrée sont fréquemment mises à jour. Pour une planification de voyage plus facile, nous vous recommandons fortement de vous abonner aux mises à jour des politiques d'entrée par e-mail pour votre lieu de départ et votre destination.
Suivi des modifications de réglementations
Règlementations détaillées
Quarantaine
·Crew members of Taiwanese Airlines travelling to Taiwan must follow these quarantine rules:

Long-haul flights (crew members who have entered countries under Level 3 travel notice):

  1. Crew members who are not fully vaccinated against Covid-19 must quarantine for 7 days on arrival with a PCR test at the end of the quarantine period, observe a 7-day enhanced self-health management, and will be subject to a PCR test on day 10 and 14; or
  2. Crew members who are fully vaccinated against Covid-19 (those who completed their vaccine series 2 weeks prior to travel and have tested positive for antibodies) must quarantine for 5 days on arrival with a PCR test at the end of the quarantine period, observe an 9-day self-health management, and will be subject to a PCR test on day 9 and 14.

Short-haul flights (crew members who have not entered another area/country and have returned to Taiwan the same day):

  1. Crew members who are not fully vaccinated against Covid-19 must observe a 14-day enhanced self-health management and PCR testing every 7 days; or
  2. Crew members who are fully vaccinated against Covid-19 (those who completed their vaccine series 2 weeks prior to travel and have tested positive for antibodies) must observe a 7-day self-health management and PCR testing every 7 days.
·Passengers travelling for business purposes may apply for a shortened quarantine period provided they meet all of the following requirements:
  1. Passengers have not been outside of the following countries in the past 14 days: Australia, Bhutan, Brunei Darussalam, Fiji, Hong Kong, Israel, Macau, Marshall Islands, Nauru, New Zealand, Palau or Singapore;
  2. Passengers are travelling from Australia, Bhutan, Brunei Darussalam, Fiji, Hong Kong, Israel, Macau, Marshall Islands, Nauru, New Zealand, Palau or Singapore;
  3. Passengers will stay in Taiwan for less than 3 months; or
  4. Passengers are holding supporting documents for their business activities provided by companies that are legally established in Taiwan.
·14 days in a group quarantine facility for passengers travelling from Botswana, Egypt, Eswatini, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Nigeria, South Africa or Zimbabwe, or who have visited these countries in the past 14 days. These passengers will also be subject to a Covid-19 PCR test upon checking in at the quarantine facility and another PCR test at the end of quarantine. After submitting the last negative test result, they will complete 7 days of self-health management and must take a PCR test between 6th and 7th day of this self-health management period.

Please note that the 7+7+7 and 10+4+7 quarantine programs for the Lunar New Year do not apply to these passengers.

Test COVID-19
·All passengers (regardless of travel purpose, including travelling for studies, work, diplomatic and official purposes, or others; crew members not included) must hold a negative Covid-19 test result certificate with the specimen collection taken 2 calendar days prior to departure, or they will be fined between NT$10,000 and NT$150,000 (TWD) and may face liability.

The negative test result must be stated as 'negative' or 'undetectable​', and must be obtained through a nucleic acid test (including PCR, Real-Time PCR, RT-PCR, RT-qPCR (Quantitative Reverse Transcription PCR), NAA (Nucleic acid Amplification), NAAT (Nucleic Acid Amplification Test), NAT (Nucleic Acid Test), LAMP (Loop/Mediated Isothermal Amplification) and Molecular Diagnostics. The 2 days are counted from the specimen collection date and includes public holidays and weekends in the country/region the certificate was issued, but does not include the day of boarding. Please note that Immunoserologic testing which detects the antigens or antibodies (such as Ag, IgG and IgM) is not accepted. The certificate must be written English or Chinese; or exceptionally in French or Spanish provided it is the official language of the passenger's departure location. It must be issued by a medical institution deemed qualified by the local government in the passenger's departure location, and must clearly include the name on the passport of the traveller, the date of birth or passport number of the traveller, the specimen collection date and test report date, the virus name, testing method, and the result.

This does not apply to nationals of Taiwan, foreign nationals holding Alien Residence Certificates (ARC) issued by Taiwan, or passengers travelling from Hong Kong, Macao, or China who hold an ARC; provided they are not transiting in Taiwan, they are holding an affidavit, and holding proof they are travelling under one of the following circumstances. These passengers must be entering Taiwan and will also be tested on arrival at their own expense: 

  1. Passengers travelling for emergency reasons, such as the illness or funeral of a first or second degree relative;
  2. Passengers seeking emergency medical treatment;
  3. Children aged between 0 to 6 years;
  4. Passengers arriving from countries where self-paid Covid-19 tests are unavailable;
  5. Passengers travelling with approval from the Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) in Taiwan;
  6. Passengers holding proof they have departed from Taiwan and returned within 3 days, such as the exit record on the inside page of the passport or the ticket stub of an exit ticket from Taiwan; or
  7. Passengers who hold an overdue test result due to flight cancellations, provided that they hold the original ticket information of the scheduled flight and the original test report.
Formulaires et visas
·Passengers travelling to Taiwan for business purposes must hold a 'Special entry permit for Covid-19 outbreak' and proof of their business travel.
·All passengers must complete the Quarantine System for Entry form within 48 hours prior to travel. This is only possible if passengers have a Taiwanese SIM-card. Passengers who are not in possession of this card can purchase a card on arrival.

Passengers who are not able to submit the Quarantine System for Entry form online must complete a Quarantine Residence Affidavit instead.

Autres réglementations
·Passengers must hold proof they have accommodation for a mandatory quarantine for 14 days on arrival. Passengers must follow one of the following quarantine programs:
  1. 14+7 quarantine program (Program A): They quarantine in a quarantine hotel or a group quarantine facility for 14 days upon arrival at their own expense. Passengers will also be subject to a rapid Covid-19 test upon arrival, before checking in at the quarantine facility, and another PCR test at the end of quarantine. After submitting the last negative test result, they will complete 7 days of self-health management and must take a rapid home test between 6th and 7th day of this self-health management period;
  2. 10+4+7 quarantine program for Lunar New Year (Program B): They quarantine in a quarantine hotel or a group quarantine facility for 10 days at their own expense for 10 days on arrival. Passengers will be subject to a PCR test upon arrival and another PCR test on the 9th or 10th day of the quarantine. If the test result is negative, they may quarantine for the remaining 4 days at their place of residence, and followed by 7 days of self-health management. Passengers must follow the "one person per residence" principle for the remaining 4 days of quarantine, or "one person per room" principle if their family members living in the same household have received two doses of a Covid-19 vaccine; or
  3. 7+7+7 quarantine program for Lunar New Year (Program C): Fully vaccinated passengers may quarantine in a quarantine hotel or a group quarantine facility for 7 days, followed by 7 days of quarantine at their place of residence and 7 days of self-health management. These passengers must hold a proof that they have been fully vaccinated for at least 14 days with a vaccine approved under the WHO Emergency Use Listing (WHO EUL), or approved for emergency use, or manufactured by Taiwan. These passengers will be subject to a rapid Covid-19 test upon arrival, a PCR test on the 6th day, and one day before the end of their quarantine. They will also be subject to a rapid test on the 10th day. Passengers must follow the "one person per residence" principle for their 7-day quarantine at home, or "one person per room" principle if their family members living in the same household have received two doses of a Covid-19 vaccine for at least 14 days. These passengers also need a mobile phone with internet access.

All passengers must also take PCR tests or government-funded rapid tests on days 3, 7, 10, 14, and 21 after arrival.

Passengers who have been symptomatic in the past 14 days or are symptomatic on arrival will be tested on arrival and remain in a quarantine facility while awaiting their result. If a negative result is received, they will be retested after 24 hours, and if they receive a second negative result they may be allowed to finish their quarantine in a hotel.

·Passengers are not permitted to enter or transit in Taiwan.

This does not apply to: 

  1. Alien residents, provided they are holding a valid Alien Resident Certificate (ARC) or Employment Golden Card (including a Certificate of Issuance overseas) issued by Taiwan, or a diplomatic or official certificate;
  2. Passengers travelling for diplomatic or official reasons. This includes passengers holding a "DC", "FO", or "FD" type visa issued by Taiwan;
  3. Passengers travelling for emergency or humanitarian reasons, provided they are holding an "ER" type visa or they have obtained entry permission issued by Taiwan;
  4. Students travelling to Taiwan for study, provided they will be reviewed and accepted on a case-by-case basis;
  5. Spouses and minor children (aged 17 or younger) of Taiwanese nationals, provided they are holding a dependent visa or a visitor visa. These passengers with a dependent visa that expired between 18th May 2021 and 13th September 2021 will be granted an automatic visa extension until 31st December 2021; or
  6. Seamen travelling to Taiwan to board a vessel, provided they hold an "X" type visa stating "Special Entry Permit for Covid-19 Outbreak".

Resident visas issued by Taiwan will not be accepted for entry. Migrant workers travelling on a valid Alien Resident Certificate (ARC) are permitted to enter Taiwan provided holding a re-entry permit issued by Taiwan. Further information can also be found online.

·Passengers must hold proof of accommodation arrangement for their quarantine.
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