Virus Outbreak: CAA initiates rules for crew, pilotsStaff writer, with CNAStrict measures forcing the cabin crews and pilots of local airlines to be quarantined at home between flights to combat COVID-19 were put into effect on Friday, the Civil Aeronautics Administration (CAA) said. The home quarantine period for cargo flights would be three days, Lin said. At home, the crew members are not allowed to leave their homes at all during their five-day or three-day quarantines. Previously, airline crew were not subject to the home-quarantine requirement as long as they followed the standard operating procedures while overseas. That practice raised concerns, particularly this week after two cargo flight pilots with China Airlines were confirmed to have contracted the disease.
Source: Taipei Times March 28, 2020 15:56 UTC