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WHO lifts travel warning on Taiwan
AFAR
6/18/2003



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[Taipei, June 18, 2003] Despite lobby and pressure by Beijing, WHO has removed its travel advisory on Taiwan due to the recent SARS epidemic. Now Beijing remains the only city on WHO’s travel advisory list against SARS. According to China’s Foreign Affairs Ministry, 14 countries are still requiring travelers from China to show quarantine papers on SARS in order to be admitted into their countries.

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