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Locations visited by virus-hit cruise ship passengers in Taiwan now safe for travel


Locations in northern Taiwan that were visited by passengers aboard by the quarantined Diamond Princess cruise ship last Jan 31 due to novel coronavirus now considered safe for travel, Minister of Health Chen Shih-chung.

Those locations were considered to be risky only during the visit by the passengers and now no longer a potential health risk because all indoor locations have undergone disinfection, according to Chen.

Below are locations that are already safe for travel:

National Palace Museum
Taipei 101
Zhongxiao Dunhua
Yongkang Business District
South Gate Market
Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall
Zhongshan Church
Ximending Shopping District
Longshan Temple
Taipei Grand Hotel
Dazhi Martyr's Shrine
Confucius Temple in Taipei
Dihua Street
Taipei Main Station

New Taipei City
Shifen Old Street
Jiufen Old Street
Yehliu Geopark
Wanli District

Keelung City
Harmony Street
Bisha Fishing Port
Peace island
Zhengbin Fishing Port
White rice turret
Chiang Kai-shek Park
Keelung Cultural Center
Keelung Miaokou
Xiandong, Keelung


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