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Taiwan reports zero new COVID-19 cases, total patients still 429

Taiwan's Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) on Sunday (April 26) announced no new confirmed COVID-19 cases, maintaining the total number of confirmed cases at 429.

CECC chief Chen Shih-chung said that the number of navy sailors diagnosed with COVID-19 lingers at 31. Sunday’s case report marked the 14th time no new domestic COVID-19 cases have been reported since the outbreak of the pandemic.

According to the CECC, six deaths in Taiwan have been attributed to the disease and total of 60,459 tests have been carried out, of which 58,531 have come back negative.

The center will continue to trace the activities of the infected sailors in public places after disembarking from their ships and publish them on the internet. Chen reminded the public that if they had been to the same places at the same time as the confirmed cases, they should undergo self-health management for the next 14 days and to wear a mask when going out.

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