Accordingly, for individuals moving from areas with high risks or areas with risks to areas with moderate risks or lower, if they have fully vaccinated for COVID-19, upon arriving at another area, they will monitor health at home for 7 days and conduct test twice on the 1st and the 7th day. For individuals who have not received sufficient COVID-19 vaccine shots, Departments of Health shall rely on epidemiology assessment to allow the individuals to quarantine at home for 14 days and conduct test once every 2 or 3 days.
For individuals leaving from areas with risks to areas with equivalent risks or areas under new normal, if they have received sufficient COVID-19 vaccination shot, upon arriving at another area, they shall monitor health at home within 14 days without having to conduct periodical tests. For individuals who have not been sufficiently vaccinated for COVID-19, they have to quarantine at home for 7 days, continue to monitor health in the next 14 days and conduct test twice.
For individuals moving from areas with low risks to areas with higher risks: local Departments of Health of areas that receive individuals arriving at the areas shall rely on local epidemiology assessment and epidemic situations to provide guidelines on monitoring, quarantining, and collecting test specimen if necessary.