Two China Airlines flights to repatriate Taiwanese stranded in China’s Hubei (2020/03/26)
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    Two China Airlines flights to repatriate Taiwanese stranded in China’s Hubei (2020/03/26)

    The semi-official Straits Exchange Foundation has arranged two flights to bring back Taiwanese living in China’s Hubei province. The flights are operated by China Airlines, and they’re scheduled for this Sunday and Monday. More than 440 people have registered for a seat. They’ll have to arrange their own transport to Pudong International Airport in Shanghai.

    The flights will only carry eligible evacuees, who will have to pass fever screenings before boarding. Upon landing, they’ll be sent straight to quarantine facilities. Taiwanese who are stranded in Wuhan, the capital of Hubei, will not be able to catch these upcoming flights, as the city will remain under lockdown until April 8. Taiwan officials say talks are underway with Beijing over the next round of evacuations from the city.

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