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Taiwan's COVID-19 patients now climbs to 215 with 20 new cases


Taiwan's Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) on Tuesday (March 24),  announced 20 more confirmed cases of coronavirus (COVID-19),  bringing the total to 215.


Health Minister and CECC head Chen Shih-chung announced that all of the new cases are imported, including seven males and 13 females, whose ages  range from  five to 60 years old.

Chen said that out of  20 new cases, eight tested positive at the airport, nine are under home quarantine, one is in home isolation, and two are practicing self-health management.

 According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), there were two foreign nationals who were included in Tuesday's cases and the youngest among them was a five-year-old girl, who had traveled to Turkey with her family.

The youngest case so far in overall tally is a four-year-old son of the 171st case, who traveled to the Netherlands.
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