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Taiwan to Allow Individual Visitors From HK, Macau Next Week

  • Island moves to bring tourism industry back to life post-Covid
  • Taiwan wants to attract 6 million tourists this year

Taiwan will reopen its borders to individual travelers from Hong Kong and Macau starting from next week as part of efforts to revive the tourism industry after the Covid pandemic.

Hong Kong and Macau citizens will be allowed to apply for visitor visas from Feb. 20 as the government scraps entry restrictions imposed due to Covid, according to a statement from Taiwan’s Mainland Affairs Council Tuesday.