CECC announces that the Taiwan-Palau travel bubble will begin; tours organized under the travel bubble should meet five main disease prevention principles

On March 17, the Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) announced that it will launch a travel bubble with Palau, and the planning and arrangements of tours should meet the disease prevention principles listed below.
1. Only travel in groups is permitted, and no individual itineraries can be arranged.
2. Planning of the travel itinerary is based on the principle of avoiding crowds and designating areas which are separate from local residents, and appropriate lodging locations and travel routes should be arranged before the tour.
3. Shuttle service should be operated at designated places throughout the stay in Palau, and transportation vehicles should be disinfected every day.
4. Travelers can only stay at local hotels with safety and disease prevention related certification recognized by local health authorities in Palau.
5. A designated dining area and appropriate separation measures shall be arranged for travelers while routes, movements, and seating plans shall also be arranged to keep social distancing.

Further information and details, please visit the relevant website:  https://www.cdc.gov.tw/En/Bulletin/Detail/bqhoYXVmXlx5mRPqW7STqw?typeid=158