The Taiwan-Palau travel bubble will open on April 1, and the first tour groups to use it are already fully booked. On Wednesday, Central Epidemic Command Center official Chen Tsung-yen went to Taoyuan's airport to inspect its travel bubble protocols. Arrangements have been made to keep the tour groups separate from other travelers at all times.Chen Tsung-yen, deputy CECC commander: They’ll have to come to the airport three hours before check-in. Then they’ll go get tested in groups. After the test, every passenger will get a test report. Upon their return to Taiwan, they’ll be kept apart from other travelers inside the airport.In their first five days after returning to Taiwan, travelers will need to undergo an enhanced version of self-health management, which bans them from going to crowded places. Field workers, such as journalists and repair technicians, may not perform field duties during this period. Such employees may take quarantine leave, which can be either paid or unpaid, depending on the employer.