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People who visited the 11 sites in Taiwan must undergo 14-day self-health management

The Central Epidemic Command and Center (CECC) on Monday (April, 6) advised vacationers during the four-day Tomb Sweeping Festival last weekend, to do self-health management for 14 days and avoid public places to prevent community transmission of COVID-19.

People of who have visited 11 sites issued by CECC  are asked to inform their superior at work or teachers at schools.

Health Minister Chen Shih-chung also told them to work at home, if possible, wear surgical mask when going outdoors and practice social distancing.

He also asked medical institutions to expand COVID-19 testing to include people who may have visited any of the 11 sites during the April 2-5 Tomb Sweeping holiday.

The 11 scenic sites listed by the CECC are the Alishan National Forest Recreation Area; Dongdamen Night Market in Hualien County;
 Wenhua Road in Chiayi City; Bade Pond Ecological Park in Taoyuan; Singda Harbor and Chishan Old Street in Kaohsiung; Chaotian Temple in Yunlin County's Beigang Township; Guanzihling, Hutoupi, and the Wushantou Reservoir and Wusanto Huching Resort Hotel in Tainan; and areas south of Nanzhou Township in Pingtung County, including Kenting National Park.

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