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Taiwan's total coronavirus cases rise to 298, with 15 new infections

Taiwan reported 15 new infections of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in  which one was transmitted locally while 14 were imported cases bringing the country's total to 298 on Sunday (March 29).

As announced by  the Health Minister and CECC head Chen Shih-Chung, there were 9 males and 6 females of the 15 patients who have contracted the disease.

The latest imported cases, who ranged in age from their teens and their 60s, arrived in Taiwan between March 14 and 27 and began displaying symptoms of the coronavirus between Feb. 15 and March 25.

They traveled to the following countries before returning from Taiwan: the UK, Portugal, Spain, France, the U.S., Switzerland, Turkey, Morocco, Tunisia, Indonesia, and the Philippines.

Taiwan’s 298 cases of COVID-19 also include two deaths and 39 who have been discharged from hospital.

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