CECC announced on July 26 that strict border control measures will remain in place after the nationwide epidemic alert is lowered to Level 2 starting from July 27. 

The measures aim to prevent increased pressure from imported cases on Taiwan's quarantine and anti-pandemic capacity and medical resources. Accordingly, entry to Taiwan will continue to be suspended for foreign nationals not holding a valid Taiwan Resident Certificate. 

Foreign nationals requiring entry to Taiwan for emergencies or on humanitarian grounds, such as attending a funeral or visiting a critically ill family member, must receive special permission from the CECC before applying for a special entry permit from Taiwan's overseas mission.

Source: Bureau of Consular Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs