Subjects of State-funded Vaccines
[Priority group 1: Healthcare workers]
1. Licensed and registered medical personnel
2. Non-medical personnel working in medical facilities (including those working in government-designated quarantine facilities)
[Priority group 2: Epidemic prevention workers for the central government and local governments]
Including public health officials, village chiefs and workers who deliver meals to people in home quarantine, garbage collectors, mental health professionals, border control personnel, paramedics and firefighters, airborne rescue personnel, and the Coast Guard
[Priority group 3: Frontline workers with high risk of exposure]
Including crews on national airlines, epidemic prevention drivers, and frontline workers at quarantine hotels
Priority group 4: Those who must travel abroad due to special circumstances]
Persons in this group must submit a special application to the CECC through their competent authority, after which an overall assessment will be conducted to determine eligibility (including diplomatic personnel and other personnel engaging in official business, dependents of diplomatic personnel from countries that have provided Taiwanese diplomatic personnel vaccines based on the principle of reciprocity, and athletes and competitors representing Taiwan overseas)
[Priority group 5: Personnel responsible for maintaining the operations of facilities and social welfare and caretaking systems, and those under the care of such systems]
Personnel responsible for maintaining the operations of facilities and social welfare and caretaking systems (including caretakers at long-term care facilities, residents at long-term care facilities, dialysis patients, workers, social workers, or correctional facility officers)
[Priority group 6: Senior citizens above 75 years of age.]
[Priority group 7: Personnel needed for maintaining the secure and normal operations of the state]
Military personnel and desk-job workers at military facilities and national security agencies
Foreign Nationals Eligible for State-funded Vaccines
✓Must carry a valid R.O.C (Taiwan) Resident Certificate (including those with a diplomatic personnel certificate, international institution personnel certificate, and foreign institution personnel certificate)
✓Must satisfy any one of the criteria for receiving state-funded vaccines
Subjects of Out-of-Pocket Vaccinations
All appointments for out-of-pocket vaccinations are halted as of May 15, 2021. The time of reinstatement and eligibility criteria will be announced by the CECC.
Vaccination Locations in Taoyuan City
✓Taoyuan General Hospital
✓Min-Sheng General Hospital (Ching-Kuo Campus)
✓Saint Paul's Hospital
✓Taipei Veterans General Hospital Taoyuan Branch
✓Tien-Chen General Hospital (Zhongli)
✓Landseed International Hospital
✓Tien-Chen General Hospital (Yangmei)
✓Yee Zen General Hospital
✓Landseed International Hospital Taoyuan International Airport Clinic
✓Linkou Chang Gung Memorial Hospital
✓Taoyuan Armed Forces General Hospital
✓Taoyuan General Hospital Sinwu Branch
Vaccines are provided at all health centers in Taoyuan's 13 administrative districts.
How to Make an Appointment
Step 1: Register for an outpatient vaccination appointment, leave your contact information, and review the documents required for vaccination
※Please visit THIS WEBSITE and select a medical institution and make a reservation
Step 2: Visit the hospital/health center on the date of registration, queue up and maintain social distance.
Step 3: A physician will evaluate whether you should receive a vaccine on the day of.
※During the appointment, the physician would like to know the following information:
Allergies to the ingredients of the vaccine/whether the patient is running a fever or currently has an acute moderate or severe illness/whether the patient has received any other vaccinations recently
A history of thrombocytopenia or any coagulopathy/immunocompromised/pregnant or possibly pregnant/breastfeeding women
Step 4: Please stay at the site for 30 minutes after receiving the vaccine and observe for signs of discomfort.
Step 5: Keep track of your vaccination records and remember the scheduled date for your second shot.
Three steps to pre-register for your COVID-19 vaccination
Step 1: Scan the QR CODE to register
Step 2: A text message will be sent to you by 1922 if you are eligible
Step 3: Make your vaccination appointment
Scan the QR Code or turn on the Nationwide Health Insurance Mobile Autotoll app to choose your preferred time and place to get vaccinated.
Use your national health insurance card to make an appointment at supermarkets, pharmacies, or health centers and choose your preferred time and place to get vaccinated.
For Vaccine-related Questions, Please Contact:
Epidemic prevention hotline: 1922 or 0800-022 (toll-free year round) ｜ Free fax for persons with impaired hearing or speech: 0800-655955
If calling from abroad, please dial +886-800-001922 (international rates may apply)