As per regulations of Taiwan Central Epidemic Command Center, non-R.O.C. nationals not enrolled in the NHI program
should pay their medical expenses during their isolation period if they are diagnosed with COVID-19 in Taiwan.
Please refer to the following official press release link for more details:
In accordance with World Health Organization recommendations, applicants for R.O.C. (Taiwan) visas must submit proof
of having been administered the oral polio vaccine (OPV) or inactivated polio vaccine (IPV) within the past year if
they have resided in or visited countries at high risk of polio outbreaks (namely, Afghanistan, Malawi, Mozambique,
Pakistan, Madagascar, Democratic Republic of the Congo, and Israel) for four weeks or longer within the past year.
Such visa applicants must provide their International Certificates of Vaccination or Prophylaxis (Yellow Book)
issued by a hospital or healthcare professional with their polio vaccinations recorded therein as proof.
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All information provided by you or a third party designated by you must be accurate and true. Even if you are granted a visa or an eVisa, immigration officers at ports of entry in Taiwan have the right to deny entry without providing further explanation.
Please notice that the information you fill in online, including Surname, Given Name, Date of Birth, Passport No., Nationality and Sex, must completely match the information on your travel document; otherwise, your eVisa will be invalid.
If you have applied for an eVisa recently, please make sure your eVisa has been successfully issued. If you submit a second eVisa application without checking the approval of the previous eVisa, it is considered that you need 2 eVisas. Therefore, the online payment for these 2 eVisa applications will not be refunded.
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