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Male migrant worker listed as one of the new COVID-19 cases in Taiwan, total cases at 216


An Indonesian male migrant worker in his 40s is listed as one of the new cases of COVID-19 in Taiwan according to the Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC).


The Indonesian migrant worker was stopped at the airport upon arrival on March 22 due to a fever and was confirmed to have the disease on Tuesday as well, the CECC said.

178 of Taiwan's 216 cases had been classified as imported or contacted the virus overseas, while the remaining 37 are believed to have contracted the disease locally, the CECC said.

Meanwhile, 29 of the cases have been released from quarantine, while two patients have died. The others are still in negative pressure rooms in hospitals but are all in relatively stable condition, according to the CECC.

Additionally, CECC announced 1 new indigionous case of COVID-19 on night of March 24.
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