This link from the other thread seems to summarise whats ok and what isnt after Monday.
I’ve updated the first post to reflect the changes.
Good summary of what to expect starting Tuesday July 13:
people who don’t live together should wear mask while other people are eating.
So now that we’re down to under 10 cases per day, they “might” lower the alert level:
Let’s hope we don’t get a KTV cluster like in Singapore just as things open
I sooooooo hope Taiwan don’t ease restrictions until more vaccines have been given out.
In a perfect world, more vaccinations would be the determining factor of easing restrictions, say 70% of all 60 and above double vaccinated. But lots of people are hurting financially. I don’t envy those in charge of these decisions.
Disappointing to see these restrictions, but not to surprising. It’s kind of strange to see my home country of Canada more free to move around and interact with others then Taiwan now. It was the reverse a while ago!
I can even visit the Philippines now, but can’t step foot in Taiwan. Maybe 2022 -_-
Singing your heart out with all your buddies packed in a tiny enclosed box of a room . . . Yup that shouldn’t be approved.
claw machine arcades
I was so worried about not being able to go to those!
full of cigarette smoke and empty beer cans.
so now we have to wait for each cities rules. The central governments word doesn’t seem to hold much weight right now.
So … no meaningful changes then, given that city governments plan to ignore the announcement.
There’s an article in the Taiwan news which seems to be taking a subtle dig at Chen’s bizarre thought processes (and, perhaps, his willingness to placate the underworld):
Given my current shape, I suspect I’ve been doing a bit too much of this “celebrating” thing lately . . .
My wallet’s never been skinnier!
Does this need to be updated to reflect that it’s now level 2?
I’m on a train to Hualian right now. Am I allowed to eat on the train?
I saw no signs in the train station or in the train addressing this, nor has the scrolling electronic sign in the train mentioned it. I didn’t see this situation mentioned in the pinned rules either.
All of the passengers are ticketed with a seat between each of us, so I thought maybe the rule is like in restaurants now (social distanced and mask on when not eating)
I have yet to see a train employee so I thought perhaps I could get an answer here if one doesn’t show up. Thanks.
Not sure, but I don’t think so. HSR had periodic bans on eating onboard even when we were on Level 1 before the epidemic broke out. Can you ask one of the train ladies?
I will if I ever see one.
EDIT: I just ducked into the restroom and ate my snack. I didn’t want to end up on Apple Daily news.