Excellent suggestion, I’ll simply delete other stuff so if there’s any doubt please don’t post it here.
Since this is the Level 3 “rules” thread, it may be helpful to link a story with more details about some of the penalties for noncompliance.
Not complying with the limits of indoor / outdoor gatherings (including religious processions)? between NT$60,000 and NT$300,000
Not wearing a mask after leaving home? up to NT$15,000
A business that does not comply with the new rules? up to NT$300,000
Minister Chen’s explanation:
“The aim is not to punish, but to set up rules that people can abide by,” Chen stressed, urging people to cooperate with the government and follow the rules.
For leaving your name at places in Taipei City, it sounds like this Taipei City app works at a bunch of places - 北市推實名制神器 申請專屬QR code省去手寫表格 - 生活 - 中時新聞網
Download links: 下載安裝APP．台北通
I say sounds like because if you have an ARC it requires manual verification of your account that takes 1-2 business days
For parents, look here:
EDIT - I wasn’t able to do it - the numbers aren’t visible on the back of my card. It does have info for foreign names, requires an APRC or ARC for non-Taiwanese and seems to be easy enough…though it’s all in Chinese.
Restrictions of Entering Taiwan
Mods: I don’t know where to post this, so please move accordingly.
For pet owners in Taipei, specifically dog owners, how can I find out about the rules for walking dogs if we were to move to level 4. I’m hearing mixed answers from friends.
Related article in Mandarin
Q&A on CDC site says “The indoor party must not exceed 5 people (inclusive)” in Chinese, to make it clear that 5 are included in the prohibited number. It is one of things hard to understand for me why people are so confused by the word. It clearly means “and above” as @finley said.
Many English articles say over 5, 5+, or often more than 5, so they are unclear or wrong, but Chinese is very clear.
This article correctly says “more than 4”
This site also correctly says “5 or more”
All family or social gatherings indoors with 5 or more people are banned
Note however this is going to vary widely by city and county, so I’m afraid the chart no longer provides much of a guideline.
Health Minister Chen Shih-chung (陳時中) said in Saturday’s (July 17) pandemic update that masks are still mandatory at all times during the semi-lockdown. However, eating and drinking in the car for family members who live together will not be penalized. This does not apply if one of the passengers is not a family member or doesn’t live in the household.
KTVs apparently will stay closed even under Level 2: