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Latest Update : 15:00 TPE (GMT+8), 7 MAY 2021

 
In response to the continuing spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), effective from 21 March 2020, China Airlines is introducing the following epidemic prevention measures to protect the health of passengers and crew members.
We respectfully ask for your cooperation and understanding.
  1. All CAL passengers are required to wear a face mask from check-in and during the flight inside the cabin all the time. (except for consuming food and drink).
  2. All CAL passengers must undergo a temperature check before boarding. Any person with a forehead temperature over 37.5°C (99.5°F) or unwilling to cooperate with the policy will not be accepted to board the aircraft.


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DestinationEntry Restrictions and Quarantine Requirements

Taiwan


Taipei / Taichung / Kaohsiung


Entry restrictions and quarantine requirements for entering Taiwan

Mainland ChinaBeijing

1. All foreign passengers are not allowed to transit or enter Mainland China. (Starting from 0:00 on September 28, 2020, the foreigners who hold valid residence permits for work, private affairs, or reunion are allowed to enter into Mainland China. There is no need to re-apply for a visa. Travelers holding the above three types of residence permits that have expired after 0:00 on March 28, 2020, may apply for a renew visa to via the Chinese embassy if their purposes of visiting remain unchanged.)
2. The current visas or relevant documents they holding are not valid for use.
3. Taiwan residents are allowed to enter Beijing by the valid Mainland Travel Permit for Taiwan Residents.
4. Suspension of visa-on-arrival (one-time visa for Taiwan residents) for Taiwan residents holding an expired Mainland Travel Permit plus a Taiwan ID card.

Exemptions :
• This does not apply to passengers with a diplomatic, public service, courtesy or C visa.
• This does not apply to passengers with a visa issued after 28 March 2020.

Quarantine measures :
• All inbound passengers arriving in Beijing are required to receive nucleic acid tests and undergo 14 -day centralized quarantine by bearing the relevant fees themselves.
• After the centralized quarantine, passengers are required to quarantine themselves for further 7 days at home or the quarantine hotel , and carry out the self-health monitoring for 7 days afterwards.

Remarks:
Online health declaration for Departure/Arrival (All passengers must complete it before boarding and the paper forms are not acceptable.)

Passengers taking Hong Kong, Macao, and Taiwan return flights between Mainland China are required to present the COVID-19 tested negative certification issued 72 hours prior to the scheduled flight departure for departure and arrival. Please be reminded not to use the test name other than 「COVID-19」 or 「Coronavirus」. Any other test name may result in denied boarding or deportation.

Shanghai

1. All foreign passengers are not allowed to transit or enter Mainland China. (Starting from 0:00 on September 28, 2020, the foreigners who hold valid residence permits for work, private affairs, or reunion are allowed to enter into Mainland China. There is no need to re-apply for a visa. Travelers holding the above three types of residence permits that have expired after 0:00 on March 28, 2020, may apply for a renew visa to via the Chinese embassy if their purposes of visiting remain unchanged.)
2. The current visas or relevant documents they holding are not valid for use.
3. Taiwan residents are allowed to enter Shanghai by the valid Mainland Travel Permit for Taiwan Residents or using the Taiwan ID card to apply for a landing visa ( a Single Travel Permit for Taiwan Resident).

Exemptions :
• This does not apply to passengers with a diplomatic, public service, courtesy or C visa.
• This does not apply to passengers with a visa issued after 28 March 2020.

Quarantine measures :
• Those passengers bounding for other provinces but transit through Shanghai will need to undergo 14 days centralized quarantine.
•  Effective from 27 July 2020, those travelers who have a permanent place of residence in Shanghai and also meet the relevant conditions, may undergo the quarantine at their home and at the designated place for 7 days each.
•  Effective from 12 September 2020, those travelers who are heading over to Jiangsu, Zhejiang, or Anhui province, will need to undergo the centralized quarantine in Shanghai for 3 days and at their final destination for 11 days.
• Passengers should follow the further local quarantine policy if their final destination is not Shanghai.

Remarks:
Online health declaration for Departure/Arrival (All passengers must complete it before boarding and the paper forms are not acceptable.)

Passengers taking Hong Kong, Macao, and Taiwan return flights between Mainland China are required to present the COVID-19 tested negative certification issued 72 hours prior to the scheduled flight departure for departure and arrival. Please be reminded not to use the test name other than 「COVID-19」 or 「Coronavirus」. Any other test name may result in denied boarding or deportation.

Xiamen

1. All foreign passengers are not allowed to transit or enter Mainland China. (Starting from 0:00 on September 28, 2020, the foreigners who hold valid residence permits for work, private affairs, or reunion are allowed to enter into Mainland China. There is no need to re-apply for a visa. Travelers holding the above three types of residence permits that have expired after 0:00 on March 28, 2020, may apply for a renew visa to via the Chinese embassy if their purposes of visiting remain unchanged.)
2. The current visas or relevant documents they holding are not valid for use.
3. Taiwan residents are allowed to enter Xiamen by the valid Mainland Travel Permit for Taiwan Residents or using the Taiwan ID card  to apply for a landing visa ( a Single Travel Permit for the Taiwan Resident). 

Exemptions :
• This does not apply to passengers with a diplomatic, public service, courtesy or C visa.
• This does not apply to passengers with a visa issued after 28 March 2020.

Quarantine measures :
• All passengers arriving in Xiamen are required to receive the medical tests and undergo the centralized quarantine for 14 days on their own expenses.
• After the centralized quarantine, the passengers need to receive medical tests again. They will be allowed to leave if their test results are negative/undetected.
• Effective from 10 May 2021, Taiwanese visitors who are allowed to enter Fujian Province for business activities will be allowed to undergo intensive quarantine for 2 days and closed-loop observation for 19 days under the premise of doing the self-health management well. The movement only between accommodation and workplace is allowed.

Remarks:
Online health declaration for Departure/Arrival (All passengers must complete it before boarding and the paper forms are not acceptable.)

Passengers who want to enter into Xiamen should download the application of【minzhengtong】for the i- Xiamen declaration upon arrival.
IOS download
Android download

Passengers taking Hong Kong, Macao, and Taiwan return flights between Mainland China are required to present the COVID-19 tested negative certification issued 72 hours prior to the scheduled flight departure for departure and arrival. Please be reminded not to use the test name other than 「COVID-19」 or 「Coronavirus」. Any other test name may result in denied boarding or deportation.

Chengdu

1. All foreign passengers are not allowed to transit or enter Mainland China.(Starting from 0:00 on September 28, 2020, the foreigners who hold valid residence permits for work, private affairs, or reunion are allowed to enter into Mainland China. There is no need to re-apply for a visa. Travelers holding the above three types of residence permits that have expired after 0:00 on March 28, 2020, may apply for a renew visa to via the Chinese embassy if their purposes of visiting remain unchanged.)
2. The current visas or relevant documents they holding are not valid for use.
3. Taiwan residents are allowed to enter Chengdu by the valid Mainland Travel Permit for Taiwan Residents.
4. Taiwan residents holding the Taiwan ID card and the expired Mainland Travel Permit for Taiwan Residents can make the declaration to the immigration of Chengdu via China Airlines to apply for the landing visa ( a Single Travel Permit for the Taiwan Resident) by 24 hours before the flight departure.

Exemptions :
• This does not apply to passengers with a diplomatic, public service, courtesy or C visa.
• This does not apply to passengers with a visa issued after 28 March 2020.

Quarantine measures :
• All passengers regardless of nationality or the place of departure are required to undergo a 14-day quarantine and afford the relevant expenses by themselves.
• Passengers transiting in Chengdu must receive nucleic acid tests and undergo centralized quarantine for 14 days;They will only be allowed to bound for destination after receiving passable test results.

Remarks:
Online health declaration for Departure/Arrival (All passengers must complete it before boarding and the paper forms are not acceptable.)

Passengers taking Hong Kong, Macao, and Taiwan return flights between Mainland China are required to present the COVID-19 tested negative certification issued 72 hours prior to the scheduled flight departure for departure and arrival. Please be reminded not to use the test name other than 「COVID-19」 or 「Coronavirus」. Any other test name may result in denied boarding or deportation.

North East AsiaJapan

1. All travelers are banned to enter Japan for tourism purpose.
2. All passengers arriving from the restricted countries/ regions will be denied entry. Restricted Regions List (Japanese)
3. Foreign nationals who have stayed in South Africa or U.K. within 14 days prior to the date of application for landing and who hold a visa (marked "EX-R" in the Remark) will NOT be allowed to land in Japan.
4. Passengers holding a valid re-entry permit are no need to present the Re-entry Confirmation letter/documents anymore.

Quarantine Measures :
1. All passengers (including nationals of Japan) are required to present a certificate of negative test result conducted 72 hours prior to the scheduled time of flight departure before boarding and also receive COVID-19 tests after arriving. Download the certificate form. (Japanese/English) Example of the certificate (Japanese/English)
2. All passengers are required to undergo a 14-day compulsory quarantine at a Government designated location ( at home or hotel) and not permitted to use public transportation in Japan. Passengers should arrange their door-to-door/rental car services on their own in advance.
3. All travelers entering Japan are required to complete the following documents and device setting after check-in and before arriving in Japan.
(1) Complete the online health declaration before boarding the aircraft. (Chinese/English/Japanese). Passengers are only allowed to disembark from the aircraft after presenting the clear screenshot of the approved QR code at the arrival gate. Online declaration form procedure in detail. (Chinese/Japanese/English)
(2) Complete the written pledge before disembarkation. (English/Japanese)
(3) Complete the written health card before disembarkation. (Chinese/Japanese/English)
(4) All passengers must have a mobile device to install tracing apps in advance or should rent one at their expense if they don't have it. Inquiry instructions. (Chinese/English/Japanese)
(5) Passengers entering Japan via Chubu Centrair International Airport, Nagoya should additionally complete the questionnaire about the installation of applications. (Japanese/English)


For more details, please refer to the official websites.
Japan-Taiwan Exchange Association (English)
Japan National Tourism Organization (English)
Ministry of Justice of Japan (Japanese)
Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan (English)

South Korea

Passengers who meet one of the following criteria are not permitted to enter South Korea:
• Visa exemption entry to Jeju island suspended
• Visa exemption entry suspended for nationals of Japan
• All short-term visas issued before 5 April 2020 are invalid.
• Suspension of the visa on arrival and the visa waiver program over 90 countries.

Exemptions :
• South Korean citizens, permanent residents, spouses and direct family members.
• Airline crew members.
• Holding APEC business card. 
• Holders of a Korea Alien Registration Card, provided they have a Re-Entry Permit (except Diplomats A-1, Government Officials type A-2, A-3)
• Passengers with a Re-Entry Permit (who have left South Korea after 1 June, 2020), providing they have a negative COVID-19 medical certificate in English issued within 48 hours before departure.
• E-9 (employment permit) card holder – providing they have a Confirmation of Self Quarantine E9 form.

Transit Restrictions :
• Only transits permitted at Incheon International Airport within 24 hours.
• Thai and Mongolian nationals are not permitted to transit through South Korea for returning their countries.
• Nationals of Thailand are allowed to transit through Korea if they depart from Thailand and have a confirmed ticket to a 3rd country.
• Passengers intending to travel to Mainland China via South Korea must meet the South Korea’s entry requirements and quarantine for 14 days in the country.

Quarantine Measures :
• All passengers entering Korea will be quarantined with own expense.
• All passengers on the flight to Korea will undergo fever check at the departure airport. Boarding will be rejected for who have fever with temperature over 37.5'C.
• All passengers entering Korea must have an available phone number
• All passengers must have a mobile device for installing self- quarantine app.
IOS App Store,  Android Google Play 
• All passengers are restricted to use public transportation and domestic flights (Jeju residents are excluded)
• All travelers arrving from Taiwan should submit the quarantine agreement to airline staff before boarding.
• Effective from 24 February 2021, all travelers regarless of nationalities are required to submit the PCR test negative certificate issued within 72 hours prior to the scheduled time of flight departure before boarding the aircraft. The certificate must include the following information. (1) name/date of birth/passport number;(2) test method: real time PCR;(3) date of test / date of issue;(4) seal stamp of issuing organization.
• A Korean passenger without the test negative certificate should submit the form of agreement to facility quarantine (at passengers own cost) to CI's ground staff. English versionKorean version.

Remarks: 
※ All Korean Embassies stop issuing visa labels from 1st July, 2020.

When visa applications are approved, the Embassy will notify applicants of their visa details by issuing "Visa Grant Notice". (Visa Application Center may issue the document on behalf of the Embassy).

All applicants can print out the document at any time and any where, by entering passport information (passport number, name and date of birth). The "Visa Grant Notice" document can be used to prove visa status, whether he/she is a holder of a valid Korean visa.

The document is valid printed either in color, or in black and white. And also, all visa holders are required to present the document to immigration officers during immigration clearance. 

South East AsiaMalaysia

1. All foreign nationals are not permitted to enter into Malaysia for toursim purpose. Effectvie from 28 April 2021, all foreign travelers originated from India are restricted to enter into Malaysia.
2. Transit passengers are only allowed to take the onward flights in the same terminal within 48 hours. All inbound passengers whoever have the domestic connecting (Sabah/Sarawak) are required to undergo antigen rapid test negative within 5 hours prior to flight departure, otherwise they will not be accepted to board the aircraft.
3. Passengers and Crew members are required to download and activate the MySejahtera app before boarding the flight to Malaysia.
IOS App StoreAndroid Google Play 
4. All travelers are required to fill in a Letter of Undertaking (LOU) , email it to the embassy of Malaysia at least 3 days before flight departure date for entry and bring the copy of the Travel Notice issued by the embassy when check-in. Download the LOU form .
5. All foreigner regardless of holding any types of visa or long -term visit pass including PR and spouse visa, must obtain the valid letter of approval issued by the Director General Immigration of Malaysia for entry.
6. Airline crew are subject to quarantine until their next flight and must install “MySejahtera App” in their phone.

Exemptions:
Nationals of Malaysia and passenger holding Spouse Visa / Dependant pass ( Married to Malaysian ) / Permanent Residents / Diplomats with Valid Pass ( Visa ) and have exited Malaysia before 18 March 2020, are exempted for the KPI Immigration Approval.

Quarantine Measures :
1. All entry passengers are required to undergo the COVID-19 screening test on arrival and also will undergo 10- 14 days quarantine at the designated quarantine stations at their own expense.
2. Arriving passengers who can submit the PCR test negative report of COVID-19 issued 72 hours prior to the scheduled flight departure time, are allowed to shorten their quarantine period to 7 days.

Remarks:
For more entry information and  relevant documents, please refer to the official announcement.
IMMIGRATION DEPARTMENT OF MALAYSIA
MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS, MALAYSIA

Cambodia

1. Suspension of visa exemption policy and issuance of visa on arrival. Effective from 3 March 2021, the online application of e-visa  is available.
2. To enter the Kingdom of Cambodia, all foreigners must meet the following requirements,
(1). Valid entry visa of the Kingdom of Cambodia.
(2). A negative of COVID-19 medical certificate with hospital stamp issued by local health authorities no more than 72 hours prior to the scheduled time of flight departure.
(3). A purchasing certificate of officially cooperative insurance printed in color(COVID-19 treatment at USD90 for the package of USD50,000 coverage for the duration of 20 days)
(4). Must make deposits, by cash or credit card of USD 2,000 with the designated commercial banks present at the point of entry. 
3. Passengers holding passport of the Kingdom of Cambodia, Cambodian nationals holding foreign passports with Visa K or Diplomats and Officials holding Cambodian Visa A/Visa B etc.  are only required to possess Health Certificate indicating a COVID-19 negative status issued by local health authorities no more than 72 hours prior to the scheduled time of flight departure.

Quarantine measures :
All passengers will be taken to the hospital for receiving the test of COVID-19 upon arrival and are required to stay at the designated quarantine hotel arranged by the government. Passengers are required to clear the self-paid blood tests again on the 13th day at the designated hospital at their own expense so that they can get their deposit back after receiving the test negative report.

Vietnam

1. All passengers are not permitted to enter Vietnam.
2. All arrival flights are not allowed to carry passengers. 
3. If the airlines want to transport Vietnamese citizens back to their country, they must get the opinion of the Vietnamese diplomatic unit in the host country.

Exemptions:
• Diplomatic / official passport holders
• Other special circumstances (such as foreign visitors attending or serving important event) ; except experts, business managers, high-skilled workers, and others who have been approved by the National Center for New Coronavirus Prevention)
• Foreigner professionals should present PCR tested negative within 3-5 days and insurance covering medical expenses or a letter of guarantee from inviting units for entry. The professionals confirmed COVID-19 positive should bear all medical fees by themselves since 5,August.

Quarantine requirements:
• All passengers are required to wear full set personal protective equipment including face shield and undergo a 21-day mandatory quarantine upon arrival.
• All passengers are required to fill out a health declaration form (English) prior to their arrival in Vietnam.

Others :
• Suspension of the Visa on Arrival and the visa waiver program to all nationals.
• Suspension of visa exemption for Vietnamese or family members of Vietnamese holding foreign passport. 

Myanmar1. Suspension of all commercial return flights to Myanmar.
2. Suspension of the issuance of all types of visa to all foreign nationals, except diplomats accredited to Myanmar, United Nations officials resident in Myanmar.
3. All diplomats accredited to Myanmar and United Nations officials resident in Myanmar may obtain entry visas through respective Myanmar Missions abroad. They shall be required to provide certification of the absence of COVID-19 infection issued by a recognized laboratory no more than 72 hours prior to the date of travel and before boarding any aircraft destined for Myanmar. They shall be subject to be quarantined for 14 days on their arrival in Myanmar.
4. Residents of the UK and North Ireland and travelers who had visited UK and North Ireland during the past 14 days are restricted to enter.
Thailand

1. Suspension of all general commercial return flights to Thailand. The ""Semi-Commercial"" return flights to Thailand will start from November 2020.
2. All foreign passengers are banned to enter by landing visa.
3. This does not apply to state or military aircraft, emergency landing, technical landing without disembarkation, humanitarian aid, medical, relief and repatriation flights.
4. Effective from 6 May 2021 , all arriving passengers are subject to quarantine for 14 days upon arrival and are not allowed to transfer immediately from an International flight to a domestic flight.
5. Passengers are allowed to transit through Suvarnabhumi airport, Bangkok (BKK) internationally within 12 hours. Passengers are required to stay at the designated area while waiting for transit. (Please check with your airlines in advance)

Exemptions :
• Thai nationals.
• People permitted or invited by the Thai prime minister, or the head of responsible people accountable for resolving state of emergency issues.
• Individuals visiting for the purpose of diplomatic missions, consular affairs, international organizations, government representatives, foreign government agencies working in Thailand, or individuals in other international agencies as permitted by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, including their spouse, parents, or children.
• The spouse, parents, or children of a Thai national.
• Foreign nationals holding a valid certificate of residence, or permission to take up residence in the Kingdom.
• Foreign nationals holding a valid work permit or are allowed to work in the Kingdom, including their spouse or children.
• Foreign nationals who are students of educational institutions approved by Thai authorities, including the parents or guardians of the students. (Except for students of non-formal schools in accordance with laws on private schools or of any other similar private educational establishments)
• Foreign nationals who are in need of medical treatment in Thailand, and their attendants. (Not include medical treatment for COVID-19.)
• Foreign nationals who are permitted to enter the Kingdom under a special arrangement
• Carriers of necessary goods, subject to immediate return after completion.
• Crew members who are required to travel into the Kingdom on a mission, and have a specified date and time for return.

Required Entry documents:
Thai Nationals : Thai Nationals : The documents from (1) through (3) as below are required.
Non-Thai Nationals : The documents from (1) through (6) as below are required.
(1) A valid passport.
(2) Certificate of Entry (COE). The official website (Thai/English)
(3) ASQ booking confirmation on arrival date.
(4) Valid Thai visa or re-entry permit.
(5) Medical certificate with a laboratory result indicating that COVID -19 is not detected, using RT-PCR test issued no more than 72 hours before the scheduled time of flight departure.
(6) Medical insurance or letter from employer guaranteeing that the insurance company or employer will cover a minimum of 100,000 USD (or equivalent in other currencies) of medical costs incurred by the applicant in Thailand, including medical costs in the event that applicant contracts COVID-19. (The insurance must cover the whole duration of stay in Thailand.)

For more entry restriction details, you may visit
Thai CAAT website (English)  
The Ministry Of Public Health website (Thai) 
Ministry of Foreign Affairs (English) 


1. Online Health declaration (Languages : Thai, English and Simple Chinese are available)
Attention : You are required to print it out and bring the hard copy to the airport.

2. With immediate effect, all arriving passengers are required to download the health-tracing application. (English/Thai)
Thailand Plus 

Philippines

1. Foreign passengers without valid entry visa and DFA exemption letters if so required by the visa category by Philippine immigration are not allowed to enter.
2. Suspension of all visa exemptions and visa on arrival facilities.
3. Filipinos who are dual citizens should hold a valid Filipino passport (or a travel document), Identification Certificate, or Certificate of Re-acquisition / Retention of Citizenship. If the Filipino national only brings the Oath of Allegiance and not any of the above, entry into the Philippines will not be allowed.
4. Effective from 25, February 2021, Travelers holding expired Re-Entry Permit (RP) or Special Return Certificate (SRC) are still allowed to enter the Philippines.

Exemptions :
• Filipino citizens (i.e., Philippine passport holders or those with proof of Philippines Citizenship (such as Identification certificate or Certificate of Retention/Reacquisition of Philippine Citizenship).
• Spouse and minor children of Filipino citizens travelling together, provided they have valid visas (new or existing visas).
• Foreign nationals with valid entry exemption document issued by the Department of Foreign Affairs during the duration of the travel restrictions (DFA Exemption from the Temporary Suspension of Visa Issuance for Foreign Nationals from Travel-Restricted Countries).
• Accredited foreign diplomats and international organisations such as World Health Organisation and United Nations 9(e) visa holders or diplomatic/official/regular passport holder with valid 47(a)(2) visa and DFA authorization.
• Foreign dignitaries (with DFA authorisation).
• Those for medical and emergency cases, including their medical escorts. (If any, they should have valid 9(a) visa and DFA authorisation.)

Quarantine measures :
• All passengers entering or departing from the Philippines are required to wear a face mask and face shield on board the flight, as well as in the Philippines’ airport terminals.
• All passengers entering or departing from the Philippines are required to download the TRAZE Contacting APP. Passengers who refuse to follow the rule will be denied entry to the terminal or boarding the aircraft.
• Except for the overseas filipino workers, all travelers allowed entry must undergo quarantine on arrival and they are subject to a COVID-19 test at their own expense and also must fill out the online Case Investigation Form (English) on arrival.
• All foreign nationals (except for Section 9(e) visa holders) shall present a pre-booked accommodation for at least six nights in an accredited quarantine hotel/facility at the immigration counters for initial check. Those who fail to present a pre-booked accommodation shall be denied entry and shall be boarded immediately in the next available flight.

Indonesia1. Suspension of all visa-on-arrival and visa-waiver policies.
2. Travelers allowed to enter or transit are limited as below.
(1) Passengers with a diplomatic or public service stay permit;
(2) Passengers with a diplomatic or public service visa;
(3) Passengers with a Limited Stay Permit (KITAS) or Permanent Residence Permit (KITAP);
(4) Passengers entering through Travel Corridor Arrangement;
(5) Passengers with a visitor or limited stay visa;
(6) Passengers with Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Business Travelcard (“Indonesia” must be stated on the back of the card);
(7) Passengers with Traditional border crossing pass/card;
(8) Nationals of Indonesia;
3. All passengers are not allowed to transit through domestic flights from international flights before finishing the quarantine.

Quarantine measures :
1.Travelers allowed to enter must have a negative PCR test result issued within 72 hours (starting from the test time and including weekends) prior to the scheduled flight departure time regardless of their nationalities.
2.All travelers entering Indonesia are required to complete the online health declaration before boarding the aircraft. (Indonesian/English) and submit the clear screenshot of the approval upon arrival.
3.All arriving passengers are required to practice self-quarantine for 5 days at the government-appointed place and undergo the 1st PCR test again. Foreign nationals shall bear the expenses on their own. The Indonesian government will only cover the expenses for those overseas workers, students, or public servants of Indonesian nationality.
4.The medical team will practice 2nd PCR test on entry travelers at the designated quarantine place. Foreign nationals shall bear the test expenses on their own. Travelers tested positive with COVID-19 will be transferred to the hospital. Foreign nationals shall bear the medical expenses on their own. The Indonesian government will only cover the expenses for citizens of Indonesian nationality.
5.Only the travelers who have completed 5 days of quarantine and tested negative two times of PCR test are allowed to enter into Indonesian community.;however, they still be advised to perform 14 days self-quarantine at home.
6.Foreign travelers who are exempted from quarantine are as follows,
(1) Persons holding diplomatic or public service visa for official duty.
(2) Government Officials over Minister.
(3) Passengers entering through Travel Corridor Arrangement.
Hong Kong

Only the travelers holding the following documents are permitted to enter into Hong Kong:
• Hong Kong Permanent Identity Card / Hong Kong SAR passport / British National (Overseas) passport (with right of abode in Hong Kong)
• Hong Kong Identity Card (this needs to be accompanied with a valid work or study visa)
• Passengers travelling from Mainland China, Taiwan or Macao and have not been to other country/region in past 14 days.
• Passengers travelling on a diplomatic passports
• The spouse and children of Hong Kong residents
• Local government personnel performing official duties
• Personnel approved by the Hong Kong SAR government to carry out anti-epidemic work
• Passengers falling into this exemption category must still meet the minimum 21 days intended / permitted limit of stay in order to meet the 21 days of compulsory quarantine requirements – otherwise entry will be refused entry.

Exemptions :
• Crew members of aircraft who need to commute to and from foreign places for performance of necessary duties or crew members of goods vessels.  ( Only when it actually carry the cargo )
• Government officials carrying out government duties including personnel of consular posts;
Personnel engaged in anti-epidemic work endorsed by the HKSAR Government; and
• Spouses and minor children of Hong Kong residents.
Attention : All persons who have stayed in Brazil, Ireland, U.K. or South Africa more than 2 hours in the past 21 days, ( including Hong Kong residents), are prohibited from boarding the plane to come to Hong Kong until further notice.

Quarantine measures :
• All passengers are required to complete the online health declaration before boarding the aircraft.
• Effective from 22 December 2020, all passenger arriving Hong Kong from outside of Mainland China, Macao or Taiwan, are required to undergo 21 days of compulsory quarantine in a government designated quarantine hotel. They also must show the booking confirmation of a quarantine hotel for no less than 21 days starting on the day of arrival in Hong Kong before boarding. The confirmation letter must be written in English or Chinese. (Effective from April 9, 2021, passengers stayed in Australia, New Zealand or Singapore are only need to undergo quarantine for 14days.)
• Travelers who have stayed in Brazil, Ireland, South Africa, the United Kingdom, Bangladesh, Belgium, Canada, Ecuador, Ethiopia, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Nepal, Pakistan, the Philippines, Romania, Russia, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, the United Arab Emirates, and the United States of America within 21 days before entering Hon Kong, must present a COVID-19 nucleic acid test negative result issued 72 hours before the scheduled time of departure of the aircraft. And also a document (electronic format is acceptable) in Chinese or English issued by the relevant authority, certifying that the test laboratory is recognized or approved by the government / ISO 15189. 
• Passengers arriving in Hong Kong from Mainland China, Macao or Taiwan are NOT allowed to undergo quarantine at the government designated hotels but need to book other regular hotels.
(However, hostels, guesthouses, airbnb or service apartments will not be permitted as a quarantine place.)
• For more details, please visit the official anti-virus website of Hong Kong government.

Remarks:
Transit restrictions :
• The transit passenger's should be contained in a single booking and the connection time between flights is within 24 hours.
• The transit passengers must have been issued their onward boarding pass(es) from origin and their baggage must be checked through to the final destination.
• Transiting to and from destinations in Mainland China is not available.
• All sea-to-air and air-to-sea transit services have been suspended.
• The part of sea-to-air transit services resume from 28 October 2020.

Palau

** Taiwan-Palau travel bubble for tourism opens from 1st April 2021 with restrictions as below **
1. No history of international travel within the past 6 months.
2. No quarantine or home isolation within the past 2 months.
3. No record of corona virus infection within the past 3 months.
4. Travelers should undergo PCR testing and obtain a negative test result at the Taoyuan airport before departure. Travelers coming back to Taiwan from Palau are not required to undergo PCR testing. They are only required to practice regular self-health management for 14 days and undergo a self-paid test on the 5th day after entry.


** Taiwan Freely Independent Traveler Requirements **
STEP 1: Complete Taiwan Freely Independent Traveler Quarantine Certificate application form
STEP 2: Email completed application form to the officials
STEP 3: Receive pre-approval email. Follow the requirements given.
STEP 4: Traveler is requested to communicate with Traveler Verification Center (TVC) with regards to mandatory PCR TESTING. Email Address and Contact Number: (02)2501-5922
STEP 5: TVC will administer PCR test at the airport 3 hours prior to your flight time; cost at around $198 USD depending on the currency rate. Test result should be negative.
STEP 6: Receive approved FIT Quarantine Certificate with Minister of Finance signature.
STEP 7: Show approved issued FIT Quarantine Certificate with Minister of Finance signature to airline staff before boarding the plane.
STEP 8: Please complete health declaration form and entry form online.
For more details, please refer to Palau official website.

Singapore
1. Short-term visitors are not allowed to enter or transit through Singapore in principle. (some countries are exempted).
2. Suspension of all forms of Visas (including short-term and multiple-visit visas) issuance and previously issued visas to those with People’s Republic of China and Iranian passports will apply.
3. For more updated details, please refer to the Singapore Immigration Checkpoints Authority (ICA) website
4. Business travel is prohibited for those who have visited South Africa and the United Kingdom within the past 14 days.

Exemptions :
• Work pass holders (regardless of nationality) are required to obtain an approval letter from the Singapore Ministry of Manpower (MOM). MOM will ONLY allow the entry/return of work pass holders (including their dependents) for those providing essential services, such as in healthcare and transport.
• All holders of the Long-Term Visit Pass (LTVP) issued by the Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA), including those who have been granted In-Principle Approval (IPA) by ICA for LTVP, will require an approval letter of entry by ICA to gain entry into Singapore.
• All Student Pass (STP) holders, including those who have been granted In-Principle Approval (IPA) by ICA for STP, will require an approval letter of entry by MOE to gain entry into Singapore.
• The approval letter of entry by ICA for LTVP holders, or by MOE for STP holders, is valid for two weeks. These LTVP and STP holders must produce such approval letter of entry to airline staff at check-in at the point of departure, and to the ICA officer at the checkpoint upon arrival in Singapore.
• Passengers holding a "Pre-approved Business Pass" issued by the Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI) are alowed to enter Singapore, subject to the conditions stipulated by MTI. Passengers must produce the hardcopy of this Pass to airline staff at check-in at the point of departure, and to the ICA officer at the checkpoint upon arrival in Singapore.
• Singapore Citizens, Permanent Residents, and Long-Term Pass holders are not required to apply for an ATP to travel to Singapore from Taiwan. However, Long-Term Pass holders will still be required to have an Approval Letter of Entry issued by the ICA, the Ministry of Manpower or the Ministry of Education.

** SINGAPORE ALLOWS VISITORS FROM TAIWAN SINCE 18DEC2020 **
1. With immediate effect, visitors from Taiwan can apply for an Air Travel Pass (ATP) from for entry into Singapore on or after 18 December 2020. Applications can be made at no charge at the Safe Travel official website between seven and thirty calendar days prior to their intended date of entry into Singapore.
2. All visitors from Taiwan entering Singapore with an ATP must :
(1) (1) have been in Taiwan in the last 21 consecutive days before departing for Singapore;
(2) travel to Singapore on a direct flight without transit via another country/region;
(3) hold the following documents :
a. A valid ATP approval letter (electronic or physical copy) for the specified period of entry into Singapore ;
b. A valid visa (for visa-required passport holders);
C. A mobile device with the 「Trace Together」 app already downloaded and activated. (Except children aged 12 years old or younger in that calendar year and travelling with a parent or guardian, or those who are unable to use a mobile device due to a certified disability and/or special need.)
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To activate the tracing app, it will require a Singapore SIM card. Passengers without the SIM card are required to book it on the Changi Recommends website and show the booking confirmation to the airline ground staff at the check-in counter.
3. Visitors from Taiwan entering Singapore with an ATP will be required to register and make payment at the arrival PCR test website before departing for Singapore and undergo a COVID-19 PCR test upon arrival at the airport. After taking the test, they are to take private transportation to their declared place of accommodation (Quarantine hotel). They must remain isolated at the accommodation pending the outcome of the test result. The test results will be out within 48 hours. If the test result is negative, they will be allowed to go about their activities in Singapore, without a need to serve a Stay-Home Notice (SHN).
4. Effective from 31 January 2021, paasengers are required to purchase a Travel-medical insurance coverage of SGD30,000 that includes COVID-19 treatment.
5. Passengers who don’t meet the aforementioned requirements will be denied boarding and entering into Singapore.  

Quarantine measures:
1. All allowed visitors such as citizens, permanent residents and long term pass holders entering Singapore to serve a 7 to 21 days self-isolation at dedicated SHN facilities. ( Not applicable to the low-risk region/country). For more updated details, please refer to the Minster of Health, Singapore official website . Visitors from Taiwan entering Singapore are required to register and make payment at the arrival PCR test website before departing for Singapore.
2.All travelers entering Singapore must submit the online health declaration before arrival. Those who make false declarations will be liable for prosecution under the Infectious Diseases Act.
3. Effective from 9 December 2020, all inbound passengers taking CI flights are required to submit the written basic health assessment before boarding the aircraft. To lessen the contact with crowded and to shorten the waiting time for check-in, passengers are allowed to download the assessment form in advance. Please print it out, fill out the form then submit to CI ground staff at the airport.
4. All inbound travelers (including aged 12 or below) who have travelled beyond the lower-risk countries/regions or those transiting/transferring through Singapore with travel history to India, Indonesia and the Philippines in the last 14 days prior to their entry to Singapore, are required to present a valid COVID-19 PCR test negative certificate within 72 hours before departure for Singapore. The certificate must be in English and state (1) the test result; (2) the date that the test was taken; (3) the name, date of birth, nationality and passport number of the passenger as indicated in his/her passport.
5. The test result memo must be from recognized laboratories that are internationally accredited or recognized by the respective governments. It will affect their ability to obtain or sponsor immigration facilities in the future if any passenger found to have produced false or forged COVID-19 test certificates.
6. Passenger who has recovered from a past diagnosis of COVID-19 must produce his/her first ever positive COVID-19 PCR test result memo. The passenger is allowed boarding only if the date of that first ever positive COVID-19 PCR test result is between 22 and 180 days prior to the date of arrival in Singapore.
7. Passengers with one of the following status are exempted to present the PCR test negative certificate. Singapore Citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents; Travelers with travel history to low risk countries/regions, who transited in a non-low risk countries/regions;Travelers transiting/transferring through Singapore; Pre-approved Business Pass holders. However, they still need to receive the PCR test upon arrival.

Remarks: 
The passenger will not be allowed to board the aircraft if he/she –
(1) has a fever, cough, runny nose, sore throat, anosmia, or shortness of breath;
(2) has been diagnosed or suspected to have COVID-19 infection in the last 21 days;
(3) has had close contact with any case of COVID-19 in the last 14 days; or
(4) displays any of COVID-19 symptoms; and
2. The passenger has to comply with Singapore’s public health and immigration requirements as specified on the website of the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority.
South AsiaIndia1. With Immediate effect, foreign passengers holding a valid visa (Except for the Tourism, Medical, and E-Visa) are allowed to enter India.
2. All international passengers arriving in India are required to complete the online health declaration no later than 72 hours before the scheduled time of flight departure.
3. Passengers are required to undergo mandatory quarantine upon arrival (7 days at the designated place and 7 days at home ), unless for humanitarian reasons such as pregnancy or advanced disease.
North AmericaCanada

Entry restrictions : Only the following passengers are permitted to enter Canada
• Canadian citizens, the permanent residents and their immediate family members. The immediate family members are defined as: the spouse or common-law partner of the person; their dependent child ; their parent or step-parent ; their guardian or tutor.
• A person travelling on a diplomatic passport.
• A person who is authorized by Canada government in writing.
• A person who is under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations and their immediate family members.
• A person who enters Canada at the invitation of the government for the purpose of assisting in the COVID-19 response.
• A person whose presence in Canada, in the opinion of the officials, is in the national interest.
• Foreign National with a valid Canadian work permit.
• Foreign National with a valid Canadian study permit.
• Foreign National holding an approval letter to obtain a work permit in Canada.
• Foreign National approved to study. (Approval letter dated before 18 March 2020.)
• Accredited diplomats and their immediate family members. 
• A person who takes up a post as a diplomat, consular officer, representative or official of a country other than Canada, of the United Nations or any of its agencies or of any intergovernmental organisation of which Canada is a member, and the immediate family members of that person, are allowed to enter Canada.

Foreign nationals are allowed to transit through Canada internationally but they should meet the following conditions:
• The customer must not present any symptoms of COVID-19.
• The customer must have a confirmed onward flight outside of Canada.
• The customer must not leave the airport.
• The customer must satisfy all other documentary requirements (e.g. ETA, transit visa etc.)

Quarantine requirement

• All passengers must be in possession of a face mask, before boarding any flight to Canada and undergo a temperature screen but they can’t board a flight if their temperature is over 38 degrees unless they hold a medical certificate indicating their fever is not COVID-19 related.
• All passengers five years of age or older, be required to present documentation of a negative laboratory test for COVID-19. The test must be performed using a COVID-19 molecular polymerase chain reaction (or PCR) test within 72 hours prior to boarding a flight. The test report presented in English or French is preferable and travelers must ensure that the negative laboratory test result includes the following data elements : (1)Traveller name and date of birth;(2)Name and civic address of the laboratory/clinic/facility that administered the test;(3)The date/time on which the test was conducted;(4)The method of test conducted (e.g. PCR or LAMP);(5)The test result (such as“negative”or“not detected”).
• All passengers entering Canada are required to undergo PCR test again upon arrival (Sign up) and reserve a 3-night stay in a government-authorized hotel at their own cost prior to departure to Canada. Travelers will be required to stay at their reserved hotel while they await the results of their arrival test.
• Passengers tested negative will be allowed to perform the self-quarantine at their home for 14 days. However, if tested positive, they will be transferred to the designated quarantine hotel. 
• All passengers are required to take a PCR test at the end of their 14-day quarantine period.
• Travellers who take a connecting domestic flight are required to stay at a hotel in the city they first arrive in Canada. International transit passengers are excluded.
• For more information, please refer to the official website.

Remarks: 
All passengers entering Canada are compulsorily required to provide their contact and health information via the ArriveCAN mobile app before arrival. Paper forms are eliminated.
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United States

Non-US citizens and residents who have visited/transited through the following regions in the past 14 days are not permitted to enter: 
Mainland China, Iran, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway,  Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom ,Ireland and South Africa.

Exemptions:
1. US citizens / lawful permanent residents including their spouse, parents, legal guardian, siblings (unmarried and under the age of 21 years), etc.
2. Foreign government officials or an immediate family member of an official who originated in, transferred from, or transited through the aforementioned countries/regions in the past 14 days. (Visa Types : A-1, A-2, C-1,C1-D, C-2, C-3, CR-1, CR-2, D, E-1, G-1, G-2, G-3, G-4, IR-1, IR-4, IH-4, NATO-1, NATO-2, NATO-3, NATO-4, or NATO-6)
3. U.S. Armed Forces and their spouses and children.

Quarantine requirements :
• Passengers are subject to the measures set by the state/territory of their final destination. More information can be found at the official websites (English).
• Passengers entering New York must fill out the Online Traveler Health Form (English) before arrival. Or fill out the paper form.
• Passengers over age of 16 entering Los Angeles must fill up the Online Traveler Form (English) before arrival. Failure to submit the form may result in a fine. Passengers should practice quarantine for 7-10 days self-health-monitor for 14 days after arrival. People who are fully vaccinated are exempted from quarantine but still required to practice self-health-monitor for 14 days. For more details, please refer to the LA public health official website
• Starting from 26 January 2021, all passengers aged 2 or older must present an English version of the COVID-19 negative test report issued 3 calendar days before boarding for entering and transiting the United States. The report must contain the following information. (1) The name and date of birth of the passenger matching the travel document, (2) Type of test (NAAT or Viral Antigen test), (3) Test date, (4) Test result (negative or undetected). Those who have been infected with COVID-19 in the past three months before departure but have recovered must provide proof of recovery. It will be checked upon disembarkation.
• Pursuant to the US federal law and in order to reduce the waiting time for passengers to check in, please download and complete 1 copy of the attestation form before heading to the airport, and bring it to the airport for check and filing by China Airlines ground staff.
• All passengers must be in possession of a face mask, before boarding any flight to USA.

OceaniaAustralia

1. Passenger can travel to Australia if he or she an Australian citizen, or an Australian permanent resident.
2. New Zealand citizens who normally reside in Australia (with a subclass 444 visa or other permanent or provisional visa) can also come to Australia. 
3. Immediate family of Australian citizen, or an Australian permanent resident (spouses, legal guardians or dependents only) or Passenger with special circumstances can also apply for an Travel Exemption. Passengers who are not granted an exemption will not be permitted to board a flight to Australia. Passengers who are granted a travel exemption will need to take evidence of that exemption decision to the airport. The airline will need the exemption document to liaise with the Australian Border Force to verify your travel exemption status.

Quarantine requirements:
• Unless arriving on a quarantine-free flight from New Zealand, all travellers arriving in Australia, including Australian citizens, must quarantine for 14 days at a designated facility, such as a hotel in the city of arrival. Passenger may be required to pay for the costs of your quarantine. To find out more about quarantine requirements, you may refer to the website of Department of Health, Australia.
• Travellers are required to complete the Australia Travel Declaration a minimum of 72 hours before their departure for Australia. Once they have completed the Australia Travel Declaration, they will receive an email with details to be shown (either electronically or printed) to airline staff prior to boarding. If a traveller does not complete the Australia Travel Declaration it may result in the traveller not being able to board their flight.
• Travellers entering Australia from Brisbane are required to complete the Queensland International Arrivals Registration 72 hours prior to arrival and submit the clear screenshot of the approved QR code upon arrival.
• Arriving passenger under 18 years old must stay at the quarantine hotel with one guardian at their own expense.
• Effective from 22 January 2021, all passengers are required to submit the COVID-19 test negative certificate issued within 72 hours prior to the scheduled time of flight dearture (Children under 5 years old are exempted). The certificate must include the following information : (1) Traveller name and date of birth; (2) The test result (such as ‘negative’ or ‘not detected’); (3) The method of test conducted e.g. PCR test; (4) The date the specimen was collected; (5) The date the test result was authorised and the name of the authorising officer; (6) Name and address of the laboratory / clinic / facility that administered the test; (7) Accreditation body that the laboratory is affiliated with, if known.

Remarks:
【Suspension】Effective from April 18, 2021, the Australia-New Zealand quarantine-free flights are only available for passengers who have stayed at either two places over 14 days prior to boarding. For more information, you may inquiry the official website.

New Zealand

All foreign travelers are banned to enter.

Exemptions:
1. Nationals of New Zealand (including Cook Island, Niue, Tokelau).
2. The immediate family members of nationals of New Zealand.
3. Passengers with a permanent resident visa and their immediate family members.
4. Nationals or permanent residents of Australia ordinarily resident in New Zealand.
5. Diplomats with approval.
6. Humanitarian reasons
7. Health and other essential workers
8. Citizens of Samoa and Tonga for essential travel to New Zealand
9. The holder of a visitor visa who is the partner or dependant of a temporary work or student visa holder and who normally lives in New Zealand and is currently in New Zealand.

Quarantine Measures : 
1. Passengers are subject to medical screening and quarantine for 14 days on arrival.Passengers must show to the airline the voucher confirming their allocation to a place in managed isolation while checking in. For more details, please visit the Managed Isolation Allocation System
2. Airline crew must use appropriate personal protective equipment. They are not subject to quarantine.
3. Effective from 26 January 2021, all international travelers (except those from Australia, Antarctica and most Pacific islands) arriving in New Zealand must present a Covid-19 test negative result taken no more than 72 hours prior to the scheduled time of flight departure. The certificate must include the following information. (1) traveller’s name; (2) traveller’s date of birth; (3) date and time the test was conducted; (4) name of testing lab; (5) test type (RT-PCR / LAMP / antigen tests); (6) test result. For more details, please refer to the official website

Exemptions :
1. Nationals of Australia and New Zealand.
2. Residents of New Zealand.
3. Passengers with a visa issued by New Zealand.
4. Transit is only allowed for maximum 24 hours at Auckland airport.


Remarks :
1. For more transit restrictions, please refer to the Official Website
2. 【Suspension】Effective from April 18, 2021, the New Zealand-Australia quarantine-free flights are only available for passengers who have stayed at either two places over 14 days prior to boarding. For more information, you may inquiry the official website.

Europe

Netherlands

A temporary travel restriction is in place for travel from any country outside the EU to the following countries:

Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden,Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein and Switzerland  

Exemptions :
• Nationals of all EU countries and their family members
• Citizens of the United Kingdom and their family members
• Health care personnel
• Border workers
• Seafarers in possession of a seaman’s book (except seafarers on commercial and pleasure yachts)
• Diplomats
• Military personnel
• Personnel of international and humanitarian organizations / persons admitted for humanitarian reasons
• Transit passengers who want to travel via the Netherlands or another Schengen country to another third country (outside the EU) and who do not leave the international transit zone of the airport
• Students
• Highly skilled migrants
• Visiting a terminally ill family member and attending a funeral.

Quarantine Requirements :
• All arriving passengers will have to undergo a 10-day self-quarantine.
• Travellers aged 13 and over from high-risk countries must be able to show the results of a negative NAAT (PCR) test based on a sample collected no more than 24 hours before boarding;or upon their arrival in the Netherlands, they must be in possession of a negative rapid test result based on a sample collected no more than 24 hours prior to boarding and a negative NAAT (PCR) test result based on a sample collected no more than 72 hours earlier. The test result must be issued in English, Germany, French or Spanish and a digital file is acceptable. For more details, you may refer to the official website.
• Travelers arriving from Taiwan are required to submit the printed and signed negative test declaration form. Download from here
• Travelers should read the letter for passenger before boarding the aircraft and fill out the health declaration forms for departure and arrival use. (Note: The health declaration form is different from the negative test declaration form) Download from here
• List of safe areas outside the EU (Taiwan is not included)

Germany

The following passengers are allowed to enter.
1. Passengers arriving from Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein, Switzerland, Australia, Japan, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea and Thailand.
2. For more entry restriction information, please visit the official website of Federal Foreign Office, Germany (English)

Exemptions :
• Nationals of all EU countries and the associated countries (this includes nationals of the United Kingdom)
• Nationals of Germany
• Passengers with a residence permit issued by Germany
• Passengers with a visa issued by Germany after 17 March 2020
• Family members of EU and Associated State citizens
• Long term residents, those with a legal right to reside or hold long term visas (D-visa)
• Any passenger having an essential function or need (e.g. Diplomats and staff of international organizations, Military personnel)
• Healthcare professionals, health researchers and elderly care professionals
• Foreign experts and highly qualified personnel whose work is necessary and cannot be postponed or carried out abroad
• Transport personnel engaged in haulage of goods and other transport staff
• Seasonal workers in agriculture
• Merchant seamen who are going to sign up on board or leave Germany for the purpose of repatriation
• Foreign students whose studies cannot be continued from outside Germany
• US military personnel stationed in Germany and their family members
• British nationals and their family members returning via Germany to their country of residence
• Residents of Australia, Canada, Montenegro, New Zealand, Thailand and Uruguay
• Unmarried partners of German nationals

Quarantine Requirements :
• All arriving/transit passengers ( crew members and children under 6 years old are exempted) are required to present a medical certificate or an antigen rapid test indicating a negative result (NAAT, PCR, LAMP1 or TMA2) of COVID-19, with the sample collection time being 48 hours prior to arrival. The test result can be presented in paper or electronic form and must be in German, English or French. The test result must be presented upon request to the competent authority after entry. 
• Passengers from risk areas (Taiwan is not included) are subject to quarantine. Frankfurt is located in Hessen State, for the relevant quarantine measures, please visit the official websites (English)
The list of risk areas (Germany/English)
• Passengers from areas of variant are restricted to enter. ( Persons which are resides or residents in Germany and transit passengers (non-Schengen – non-Schengen) are exempted.) . The areas will be updated anytime. List 
• All passengers who have been to any risk areas or high incident areas for more than 72 hours in the last 10 days, are required to complete the online form Digital Registration on entry.
• Restriction of mask category : Only the FFP2,KN95,N95,or surgical masks are allowed.


Transit restrictions :
1. To ensure compliance with intra-Schengen travel rules, passengers transiting through Germany to other EU countries or the Schengen area are required to hold valid travel documents or a visa to fulfill the German entry requirements.
2. Passengers transiting to other international destinations (outside of the EU or Schengen area) are permitted to transit however must stay in the international transit area of the airport and must have the valid travel documents required for the next destination.

United Kingdom

1. Effective from 18 January 2021. All international arrivals to UK, including UK nationals are required to present a negative COVID-19 test taken up to 3 days prior to scheduled flight departure time. Children aged under 11 are exempted. For more information, please refer to the official website.
2. The negative COVID-19 test certificate must include the following information:
(1) the name/type of the test device (PCR,LAMP,Antigen test); (2) your name, which should match the name on your travel documents; (3) your date of birth or age; (4) the result of the test; (5) the date the test sample was collected or received by the test provider; (6) the name of the test provider and their contact details.  
3. The test result must be in either English, French or Spanish. Translations will not be accepted.
4. Your test result can be provided as a physical, printed document, or via email or text message.
5. If you arrive without a test result that includes this information, you will be committing a criminal offence and could receive a £500 fine.
6. All arrivals must quarantine for 10 days unless exempt. If you have travelled through a red list country in the last 10 days, you must have a valid Government Designated Hotel  booked prior to departure. TAIWAN is NOT on the red list.
7. All travellers are required to take a coronavirus test on days 2 and 8 during their quarantine. The test must be booked prior to flight departure. You may book from here.
8. All travelers must fill out an online passenger locator form before arrival in the United Kingdom. Passengers cannot submit the form until 48hrs before they are due to arrive in the UK.
9. It is a legal requirement that you wear a face covering on public transport in the UK.
10. Failure to comply with the above measures is a criminal offence and the passenger will be fined.

Quarantine Exemptions :
• Transportation crew (Sea, Air, Land)
• Health care professionals and researchers.
• For more exempted occupation, please refer to the website.
• Passengers may be able to shorten the self-isolation period by opting into a test to release scheme. For further information, please visit the official website.