The self-ruled island, which is claimed by Beijing, and was among the first places to close its borders to nearly all non-residents and order strict quarantines for anyone who did arrive.
Some schools have switched back to remote learning based on the number of positive cases each school is reporting.
Still, officials urged the public to not panic, saying that Taiwan was better prepared with vaccines and ways to ensure moderate and severe cases would get prompt attention.
Taiwan's decision stands in contrast to many of its regional neighbours, like Thailand and Indonesia, where infections, largely driven by the spread of the Delta variant, are spiralling, leading to ever tighter curbs.
Unlike Fauci, whose exhortations have been undermined and sidelined by President Donald J.
Crowds of thousands of people were allowed to return to concerts, baseball games and religious festivals.