Taiwan relaxes quarantine rules for mild COVID cases News RTI Radio Taiwan International

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PCR testing at a Taipei hospital. (Photo: CNA) People with mild cases of COVID will be able to leave quarantine as early as four days after testing positive. That’s under new regulations from Taiwan’s health authorities on Monday. Under the new rules, if a person tests negative twice within the first four days after testing positive, that person can leave quarantine and do seven days’ self-health management. During self-health management, people have to avoid interacting with large groups. Likewise, people will be able to leave quarantine five to nine days after testing positive if they test negative just once. Rapid...