TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Visitors vaccinated with Taiwan’s Medigen COVID-19 vaccine are welcome in at least four countries, reports said Saturday (Nov. 13).
The four countries were Indonesia, New Zealand, and Taiwan’s diplomatic allies Palau and Belize, CNA reported. The Central American ally had not announced yet when the opening up would come into effect, while there was still uncertainty about Israel and Argentina, two countries which had been mentioned by the Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) Friday (Nov. 12).
Travelers were still advised to consult websites from the authorities of the relevant countries to learn about their latest official regulations. Having received Medigen shots did not automatically mean that one was not subject to any quarantine when arriving in one of the countries on the list, reports said.