Second charter flight from Wuhan arrives in Taiwan; 361 evacuees subject to 14-day period of group quarantine

On March 11, the Central Epidemic Command Center reported that the charter flights carrying Taiwanese businessmen from Wuhan, China to Taiwan were run by China Airlines and China Eastern Airlines respectively and that a total of 361 evacuees arrived in Taiwan late in the evening of March 10. Upon arrival, the passengers underwent health evaluations conducted by physicians. As the physicians determined that these Taiwanese passengers did not require hospitalization, the passengers were sent to three designated quarantine sites by designated transport vehicles and placed under group quarantine for 14 days at the sites. 356 quarantine workers at the airport and related staff members all wore protective equipment to handle the charter plane operation, and the travelers’ luggage was also disinfected.    
PublishTime 2020/3/11