CORONAVIRUS/Taiwan's foreign residents hope for end to family entry ban

10/24/2021 07:45 PM
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Taipei, Oct. 24 (CNA) Taiwan's COVID-19-related curbs on the entry of non-citizen children and spouses were lifted for Taiwanese nationals in September. But these restrictions remain in place for its foreign residents, many of whom are already enduring a prolonged family separation.

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