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Slowing down of the pandemic: gradual re-opening of the social welfare centers in Taipei City under the theme of Post COVID-19 New Lifestyle & Resumption of Community Activities

    The facility rental service of Taipei Welfare Service Center for People with Disabilities resumed entirely on May 18, whereas community care centers reopen by phases. Elderly Activity Centers remain open to the public; however, operation hours may differ from one center to another. It is recommended to double check the hours before any visits. The Parent-Child Centers reopen with visitor numbers reduced by half, which is aimed to limit the risk of spread. Visitors must also sign up personally and register with real names before entrance. On June 1, further ease of restriction includes taking visitors at full capacity as well as online booking in advance. Community centers and stations for children and youth and facilities for the physically and mentally disabled resumed service and had implemented prevention measures such as wearing masks and taking a temperature.

Taking a temperature and wearing masks are mandatory before visitors enter elderly activity centers
Taking a temperature and wearing masks are mandatory before visitors enter elderly activity centers
Real-name system is put in place in Parent-Child Centers
Real-name system is put in place in Parent-Child Centers