1. The number of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) cases in South Korea has risen sharply, with large clusters of infections at a church and in hospitals fueling the outbreak by community transmission. The city of Daegu and Cheongdo County in North Gyeongsang Province have been designated special management zones. Based on the risk of COVID-19 infection, the Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) has raised its travel notice level to Level 3: Warning, and advises the public to avoid all unnecessary travel to South Korea.
2.Starting from February 25, foreign nationals entering Taiwan from South Korea (except for passengers who transit through South Korea)must undergo a 14-day period of home quarantine; starting from February 25 until the end of February 26, Taiwanese nationals entering Taiwan from South Korea must undergo a 14-day period of self-health management; and starting from February 27, Taiwanese nationals entering Taiwan from South Korea must undergo a 14-day period of home quarantine.