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Once again, Taiwan reports ‘ZERO’ new cases COVID-19, now at 27th day of no local transmission


The Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) on Saturday (May 9) reported zero new cases of COVID-19  and 27 days without a new local case,  keeping the total at 440.


The island country achieved 27 days in a row without local transmissions, and the death toll remained at six, while 361 patients were released from isolation after treatment at hospitals.


The previous weekend, a stretch of six days without infections was cut short after a few new imported cases and new patients from the Goodwill Fleet at the end of their 14-day quarantine.


The recent spate of days without new cases has led to expectations that some restrictions could soon be lifted, though basic social distancing and the wearing of masks continues to be recommended.


The authorities are urging the public to consult the doctor when feeling unwell and disclosed travel history and contact to COVID-19 patients if there is any.
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