Taiwan CECC lowered epidemic alert level to Level 2.


  • On 23 July 2021, the Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) announced that the epidemic alert level will be lowered to Level 2.
  • This will be effective from 27 July to 9 August 2021.
  • Under Level 2, the measures include:
    • Mask wearing;
    • Contact information registration;
    • Social distancing;
    • Crowd control/capacity limit management at commercial business/public venues;
    • Number of people in gathering will be limited and an epidemic prevention & control plan will be required if the number of people exceeds the limit:
      • 50 people for indoor gathering;
      • 100 people for outdoor gathering.
    •  Places which provide dine-in services shall comply to the regulations issued by Ministry of Health and Welfare.
    • Wedding banquets and public memorial services will be allowed with requirements.
    • The following venues remain closed:
      • Leisure and entertainment facilities;
      • Educational facilities.
  • Meanwhile, in response to global resurgence of COVID-19 cases, on 26 July, the government announced that tightened border control measures will continue to be in place. The border controls include:
    • Non-residents without a valid Alien Resident Certificate (ARC) are prohibited from entry, excluding case-by-case exemption.
    • Transit travellers are prohibited from entry.