This answer to What did Taiwan's president Tsai Ing-wen actually say that it would do for "Hong Kongers"? says (paraphrased):
(Taiwan) means to help new settlements of Hong Kong people... Such assistance is currently carried out by voluntary groups, but the Taiwan government would cooperate with them.
Question: Ten months and a "crackdown or two" later, to what extent did Taiwan do so, or do other related things? Have there been resettlements or other assistance with visas and opportunities to leave Hong Kong? Have there been any instances of literal "boat people" reaching shore and given a new place to live?