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Taiwan's COVID-19 cases now climbs to 306 with five deaths


Taiwan's Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) on Monday (March 30) announced eight new confirmed cases of COVID-19 and two deaths, bringing the total to 306 infections and five fatalities.


According to Health Minister and CECC head Chen Shih-chung, the seven new imported cases included three women and four men, ranging in age from 20 to 70. 

The countries visited by the imported cases includes UK, U.S., Philippines, and Egypt and five of the imported cases are now considered part of cluster infections.

The sole local case was a boy under the age of 10 (299th case), who was in the same family as the 269th case. On March 26, he began to develop a fever, he was examined by physicians on March 27, and was diagnosed as part of a family cluster on March 30.
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