The document does not state the length of time for the closure.
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For South Korea, Chinese Taipei and Hong Kong the return of Chinese travelers in large numbers, hopefully sometime in 2023, will also be welcome.
Taiwanese were still worried about a resurgence of the pandemic.
The demand in China continues to be quite resilient.
Any policy changes would be based on scientific data and require further study by various departments.
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