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Taiwan's COVID-19 cases now climbs to 385 including six deaths

Taiwan's Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) on Saturday (April 11) announced three new confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 1 fatality, bringing the country total to 385 infections and the death toll to six.

All three new cases were imported, the CECC announced at its daily news conference and they were two elderly men and one young woman.

No. 383 was a man in his 60s working long-term in the United States. His infection was discovered by tests at the airport but he had first felt unwell on March 31 and sought medical care in the U.S.

Patient No. 384 was a man in his 70s living in the U.S. who had started coughing on April 4, the CECC said. Both men arrived in Taiwan on April 10.

A woman in her 20s studying in France was No. 385, she entered Taiwan on April 3 and showed coronavirus symptoms the following day during her home isolation.

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