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  •  Taiwan says that it will resume its visa free entry policy and increase its weekly limit for international arrivals to 60 000 starting from Sept 29 the government said on Thursday Premier Su Tseng chang approved the plan proposed by the Central Epidemic Command Centre CECC government spokesman Lo Ping cheng told a news conference Lo said the change aims to balance the needs of disease control with the promotion of economic growth social activity and international exchanges Currently Taiwan allows 50 000 international arrivals per week All international arrivals will still have to be quarantined for three days followed by four days of health self management which involves taking an antigen test The CECC on Thursday announced 59 new COVID 19 related deaths and 42 470 new cases including 258 imported ones Lo said that the measures would be further loosened on Oct 13 for Taiwan to accept 150 000 international travelers weekly The quarantine for international arrivals then would be changed to only seven days of health self management NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Taiwan to loosen pandemic border controls
     Taiwan says that it will resume its visa free entry policy and increase its weekly limit for international arrivals to 60 000 starting from Sept 29 the government said on Thursday Premier Su Tseng chang approved the plan proposed by the Central Epidemic Command Centre CECC government spokesman Lo Ping cheng told a news conference Lo said the change aims to balance the needs of disease control with the promotion of economic growth social activity and international exchanges Currently Taiwan allows 50 000 international arrivals per week All international arrivals will still have to be quarantined for three days followed by four days of health self management which involves taking an antigen test The CECC on Thursday announced 59 new COVID 19 related deaths and 42 470 new cases including 258 imported ones Lo said that the measures would be further loosened on Oct 13 for Taiwan to accept 150 000 international travelers weekly The quarantine for international arrivals then would be changed to only seven days of health self management NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Taiwan to loosen pandemic border controls
    Foreign2 months ago

    Taiwan to loosen pandemic border controls

    Taiwan says that it will resume its visa-free entry policy and increase its weekly limit for international arrivals to 60,000 starting from Sept. 29, the government said on Thursday.

    Premier Su Tseng-chang approved the plan proposed by the Central Epidemic Command Centre (CECC), government spokesman Lo Ping-cheng told a news conference.

    Lo said the change aims to balance the needs of disease control with the promotion of economic growth, social activity and international exchanges.

    Currently, Taiwan allows 50,000 international arrivals per week.

    All international arrivals will still have to be quarantined for three days, followed by four days of health self-management, which involves taking an antigen test.

    The CECC on Thursday announced 59 new COVID-19-related deaths and 42,470 new cases, including 258 imported ones.

    Lo said that the measures would be further loosened on Oct. 13 for Taiwan to accept 150,000 international travelers weekly.

    The quarantine for international arrivals then would be changed to only seven days of health self-management.


    NewsSourceCredit: NAN

  •   President Muhammadu Buhari has called on the governors of the All Progressives Congress APC to stop further statements leading to disunity ahead of the National Convention A statement spokesman Mr Femi Adesina cited a personally signed letter addressed to Kebbi State Governor Atiku Bagudu in Abuja on Wednesday Bagudu is also the chairman of the Progressive Governors Forum The letter was also sent with a copy to the president of the Committee for Extraordinary Conventions of Caregivers CECC the interim president of the CECC Governor Sani Bello the director general of the DSS as well as the inspector general of police In the letter the president said that the multiplicity of cases currently shaking the party had the prospect of invalidating the activities and actions of the National Electoral Commission INEC party The president said that since the party could not change the direction of the CECC without violating the deadline set by the INEC and since the current uncertainties and controversies represent a real threat to the party he has therefore provided the following The issue of the leadership of the Committee of the Provisional Extraordinary Convention CECC must immediately return to the status quo ante All members of the Governors Forum and their supporters must desist from any behavior or expression that is likely to lead to disunity in the party ranks and ultimately compromise the transition to the convention Consequently the Committee of the Extraordinary Convention of Caregivers led by Mai Mala Buni must be allowed to proceed with all the necessary preparations to hold the convention as planned unfailingly on March 26 2022 The Nigerian News Agency reports that the chairmanship also announced the meeting between the president and CECC chairman Buni in London through pictorial reports
    Buhari backs Buni-led CECC, warns APC Governors against divisive utterances
      President Muhammadu Buhari has called on the governors of the All Progressives Congress APC to stop further statements leading to disunity ahead of the National Convention A statement spokesman Mr Femi Adesina cited a personally signed letter addressed to Kebbi State Governor Atiku Bagudu in Abuja on Wednesday Bagudu is also the chairman of the Progressive Governors Forum The letter was also sent with a copy to the president of the Committee for Extraordinary Conventions of Caregivers CECC the interim president of the CECC Governor Sani Bello the director general of the DSS as well as the inspector general of police In the letter the president said that the multiplicity of cases currently shaking the party had the prospect of invalidating the activities and actions of the National Electoral Commission INEC party The president said that since the party could not change the direction of the CECC without violating the deadline set by the INEC and since the current uncertainties and controversies represent a real threat to the party he has therefore provided the following The issue of the leadership of the Committee of the Provisional Extraordinary Convention CECC must immediately return to the status quo ante All members of the Governors Forum and their supporters must desist from any behavior or expression that is likely to lead to disunity in the party ranks and ultimately compromise the transition to the convention Consequently the Committee of the Extraordinary Convention of Caregivers led by Mai Mala Buni must be allowed to proceed with all the necessary preparations to hold the convention as planned unfailingly on March 26 2022 The Nigerian News Agency reports that the chairmanship also announced the meeting between the president and CECC chairman Buni in London through pictorial reports
    Buhari backs Buni-led CECC, warns APC Governors against divisive utterances
    General news9 months ago

    Buhari backs Buni-led CECC, warns APC Governors against divisive utterances

    President Muhammadu Buhari has called on the governors of the All Progressives Congress (APC) to stop further statements leading to disunity ahead of the National Convention.

    A statement spokesman, Mr. Femi Adesina, cited a personally signed letter addressed to Kebbi State Governor Atiku Bagudu in Abuja on Wednesday.

    Bagudu is also the chairman of the Progressive Governors Forum.

    The letter was also sent with a copy to the president of the Committee for Extraordinary Conventions of Caregivers (CECC), the interim president of the CECC, Governor Sani Bello, the director general of the DSS, as well as the inspector general of police.

    In the letter, the president said that the multiplicity of cases currently shaking the party had the prospect of invalidating the activities and actions of the National Electoral Commission (INEC) party.

    The president said that since the party could not change the direction of the CECC without violating the deadline set by the INEC, and since the current uncertainties and controversies "represent a real threat to the party", he has therefore provided the following:

    – “The issue of the leadership of the Committee of the Provisional Extraordinary Convention (CECC) must immediately return to the status quo ante;

    – “All members of the Governors Forum and their supporters must desist from any behavior or expression that is likely to lead to disunity in the party ranks and ultimately compromise the transition to the convention;

    – “Consequently, the Committee of the Extraordinary Convention of Caregivers led by Mai Mala Buni must be allowed to proceed with all the necessary preparations to hold the convention as planned, unfailingly on March 26, 2022.”

    The Nigerian News Agency reports that the chairmanship also announced the meeting between the president and CECC chairman Buni in London through pictorial reports.

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