PH lifts travel ban against Taiwan
M.Anila, Philippines – Good news for those who are planning to move to Taiwan soon. The Philippines has lifted its travel ban against Taiwan a week ago.
The reason for the aforementioned travel ban in Taiwan was because of the outbreak of COV-19, the new name given to the disease by the World Health Organization (WHO), which was due to a coronavirus novel that took place in 2019. Was finally spread to China.
The Presidential Spokesperson, Salvador Panello, announced the Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF) decision on managing emerging infectious diseases to eliminate travel restrictions imposed on the country due to Quad19. It is effective immediately.
According to the Inquirer, the Panelo statement states, “Accordingly, any citizen can now travel from the Philippines to Taiwan.
Pinelow added that members of the IATF “agreed with the drastic measures” to lift the travel ban for the aforementioned country, which is also being implemented to tackle the killer disease. ۔
Remember that on February 2, the Philippines banned all flights to and from China, along with its two administrative areas, Macao and Hong Kong, to reduce the spread of the new virus. On February 4, the Health Department also added Taiwan to the list.
However, Taiwan said it was wrong to include this country. Additionally, it warned of possible retaliation. According to the chair of the Manila Economic and Cultural Office (MECO), actionable actions are being considered by Taiwan, for Angelato Banu, Philippines, to end visa-free entry into Taiwan.
Taiwan further said that the Philippines was “misled” by the World Health Organization to consider the country a part of China.
DOH Secretary Francesco Ducci said the government’s decision to lift the travel ban against Taiwan had nothing to do with Taiwan’s possible action to obtain visa-free privileges, adding that it was purely safety public safety and health. Is on public.
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