Taiwan-Palau travel bubble attracts tourists seeking vaccine shots

[embedded content] TAIPEI (The China Post) — The first batch of Taiwan travelers hoping to receive their first or second COVID-19 vaccine shots in Palau departed from Taoyuan International Airport Saturday. The Taiwan-Palau travel bubble was initially launched on April 1 but was suspended in mid-May after a sudden surge of local coronavirus infections in northern Taiwan. The 148 travelers can choose from various vaccine brands, including Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson vaccines, and obtain proof of vaccination documents. They received their vaccination later that day upon their arrival. People who have already confirmed their travel plans can reserve a vaccine by contacting the PVA’s Taiwan office by email. Previous articleGreaser, Piot reach championship match of US AmateurNext articleThe Latest: Poland sends 1 million vaccines to Australia

Taiwan-Palau travel bubble attracts tourists seeking vaccine shots
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TAIPEI (The China Post) — The first batch of Taiwan travelers hoping to receive their first or second COVID-19 vaccine shots in Palau departed from Taoyuan International Airport Saturday.

The Taiwan-Palau travel bubble was initially launched on April 1 but was suspended in mid-May after a sudden surge of local coronavirus infections in northern Taiwan.

The 148 travelers can choose from various vaccine brands, including Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson vaccines, and obtain proof of vaccination documents.

They received their vaccination later that day upon their arrival.

People who have already confirmed their travel plans can reserve a vaccine by contacting the PVA’s Taiwan office by email.

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