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2 Taiwanese teens skip home quarantine protocol, charges will be imposed

TAIPEI - Taiwan government is implenting home quarantine to its citizens amid COVID-19, but two Taiwanese teen could be facing a fine of NT$100,000 to NT$1 million after skipping home quarantine to buy oyster omelet for their lunch. 

According to new regulations, all persons returning from overseas must undergo a two-week quarantine before they venture out. However, the two teens were soon on the streets of Hualien that same day.

They posted photos of themselves on social media wearing masks and buying oyster omelets (่šตไป”็…Ž) for lunch. Concerned friends soon sent direct messages reminding them they should stay at home during quarantine and not flout the law.

The Hualien Department of Education confirmed the Hualien County Health Bureau has been notified of the incident. It will impose a fine on the students of between NT$100,000 to NT$1 million, in accordance with the law.

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