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355 out of 440 COVID-19 patients in Taiwan fully recovered with 4 straight days of "ZERO" cases

Taiwan now discharged a total of 355 patients diagnosed with coronavirus or COVID-19 from hospitals in Taiwan after recovering and testing negative with the virus, according to statistics of Centers for Disease Control (CDC).

The bar for releasing a COVID-19 patient from hospital and quarantine has been set at three negative tests instead of just two to reduce the possibility of a recurrence according to Health and Welfare Minister and Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) head Chen Shih-chung.

Zero diagnosis of COVID-19 in Taiwan still continues. The Central Epidemic Command Center announced yesterday (May 8) that there were no new cases in Taiwan.

Taiwan still doesn't allow foreign visitors to pass by as long as transparency is showed. Additionally, Taiwan currently relaxes some of its social distancing guidelines.

The command center reminded again that the people should do hand hygiene and cough etiquette. 

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