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28 coronavirus patients in Taiwan already recovered and released from hospitals

Taiwan released a total of 28 patients diagnosed with novel coronavirus COVID-19 from hospitals in Taiwan after recovering and testing negative with the virus, according to Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC).

The bar for releasing an infected person from quarantine has been set higher at three negative tests instead of just two to reduce the possibility of a recurrence according to Health and Welfare Minister Chen Shih-chung.

The remaining patients are still in hospital quarantine under treatment while others are already in stable condition, the CECC said.

Taiwan yesterday announced 27 new cases that hits total to 135 confirmed COVID-19 infections where mostly are imported cases.

Meanwhile, Taiwan confirmed a second death from COVID-19 Friday is man in his 80s, died as a result of septic shock brought on by the virus. The patient also suffered several chronic illnesses.


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