台灣口罩實名制有關外籍人士規定 Taiwan’s Mask Policy for Foreign Nationals(20200209 1200)
By: Office of International Affairs, NCKU
Taiwan’s Mask Policy for Foreign Nationals
Foreign residents who have health insurance, usually those who hold an Alien Resident Certificate (ARC) or an Alien Permanent Resident Certificate (APRC) should still use their health insurance card to purchase masks at designated pharmacies.
foreigners who don’t have a NHI card can purchase masks at designated pharmacies with their resident certificate or exit/entry permits.
In order to avoid long queues, residents should go to pharmacies according to the last digit of their ID number, residency number, or passport number. People are allowed to buy two face masks per week at NHI contracted pharmacies.
If the latter ends in an odd number, you are eligible to buy masks on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays; even numbers should go on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. Sundays are open to all.
Everyone is allowed to purchase for maximum one friend or family member as long as they bring their own health insurance card and the friend or family member’s national health insurance card.
中央健康保險署National Health Insurance Administration
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