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According to the Taipei branch of the Administrative Enforcement Agency (AEA), a co-pilot of a Taiwanese airline has paid off a punishment of NT$ 800,000 (US$ 28,551) for breaching of Covid-19 quarantine rules earlier this year. The co-pilot, identified in the media as Chung, was found to have left his home three times to visit friends and buy food while he was under quarantine after returning from flight assignments in January and February. The Ministry of Transportation and Communications penalized him NT$800,000 in May, according to the AEA. Chung claimed that he was stressed out from dealing with the never-ending […]

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"In Taiwan, anyone who breaks quarantine rules can be penalized up to NT$1 million, and those who don’t pay the fee in a timely manner will have their cases forwarded to the AEA, which has the right to take their assets and prevent them from leaving the country."

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