As Taiwan eases some of world’s oldest quarantine rules, remaining curbs and concerns see airlines lament ‘half step forward’

From mid-October, Taiwan will implement a seven-day testing regimen with strict isolation rules for those who test positive for the coronavirus – a mandate that analysts say remains a ‘deterrent to travel’.

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