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Taiwan again reports 'ZERO' new COVID-19 cases, but notes 1 new death

The Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) on Monday (May 11) reported  zero new cases of COVID-19 and one new death due to the disease.

Minister of Health and Welfare Chen Shih-chung announced there were no new cases of coronavirus for the fourth day in a row, but one new death, bringing the death toll to seven. 

The deceased, case No. 197, was a man in his 40s who had contracted the disease while visiting family in the U.S. for 10 days in early March.

The man returned to Taiwan on March 18, first developed a fever on March 19, and sought medical treatment on March 21. He was diagnosed on March 24 and was admitted admitted into a hospital isolation ward.

The CECC announced that they have received 267 reports of people with suspected symptoms on Sunday (May 10). Since the outbreak began, Taiwan has carried out 67,400 tests for COVID-19, with 66,298 coming back negative.

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.


  1. qualified naman po ako pero hindi ako nabigyan nung 1st trance, sana naman po makakuha na ako this 2nd tranche, kahit nagbigay pa po mayor namin dito ng 2k, ubos narin naman po kagad dahil pinaghatian namin dito, malaking bagay po kung makakakuha ako this 2nd tranche, sana namna po mapansin nyo��.

  2. Gud day po,,,,wala po b tlga ako makukuha s SAP,,,construction po work ko dito po ako pasig,,,,,wala po work misis ko s bahay lng po cya,,,,salamat po s sagot kung meron man po sasagot!!


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