Info on Arrival in Taiwan and Prevention Measures against Novel Coronavirus

Important Notice
 
  • To prevent the spread of novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) and in line with national policy, NTUA has postponed the opening of the 2020 Spring Semester to March 2, 2020. Semester ends on July 3, 2020.
  • Dormitory Check-in: from 12:00 pm, February 28, 2020.
  • For those NTUA international students who are unable to entry Taiwan, please contact international@ntua.edu.tw to assist you to complete the registration process.

Reminders for arrival / flights
 
  • Do not travel to China, Hong Kong or Macau
  • Do not transfer flights in China, Hong Kong or Macau
  • International Students: Please fill out the Novel Coronavirus Health Declaration Card on the day you enter Taiwan
Government announcements
 
2/10 Mainland Affairs Council: 
Starting February 11, people holding Hong Kong or Macau passport will be suspended from entering Taiwan. 

2/7 Taiwan Centers for Disease Control:
Starting February 10, travelers who transit through China, Hong Kong or Macau and are granted entry into Taiwan will be required to be under home quarantine for 14 days.

2/5 Taiwan Centers for Disease Control:
  • Taiwan nationals: Starting February 6, Taiwan nationals with a history of travel to China, Hong Kong and Macau are required to be under home quarantine for 14 days after entering Taiwan.
  • People holding Chinese passport: Entry suspended.
  • People holding Hong Kong or Macau passport: Starting February 7, they are required to be under home quarantine for 14 days after entering Taiwan.
  • Foreign nationals: Starting February 7, foreign nationals who have visited or resided in China, Hong Kong or Macau over the past 14 days will be suspended from entering Taiwan.
Prevention measures
  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, or mouth with unwashed hands
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick
  • There is no need to wear a mask in an open area
  • Those with chronic illnesses should wear a mask
  • Wear a mask when you go to a hospital to seek medical attention
  • Wear a mask if you are going into crowded areas
  • Call the toll-free epidemic monitoring hotline at 1922 (or 0800 001 922) for related queries