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Taiwan adds seven new COVID-19 cases bringing the total of 355

Health Minister and CECC head Chen Shih-chung on Saturday (April 4) announced seven new cases of COVID-19, bringing the total to 355.

The tally  includes five earlier deaths and 50 patients who had returned home after treatment at hospitals.

The new imported cases numbered six in all, while the remaining one case was a result of local transmissions, the Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) said at its daily news conference.

The only new local transmission was a man in his 40s with no history of foreign travel, so the cause of his infection was still unknown. Patient No.352 had developed a fever on March 30 and lost his sense of smell and taste on April 1, a common symptom of the coronavirus.

As to the imported cases, No. 350 was a man who had worked in the United States and returned to Taiwan on the same flight as two other patients.

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