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Taiwan COVID-19 cases bounce back to 'ZERO', total maintained 432


Taiwan's Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) on Sunday (May 3) reported that there are zero new cases of Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) to report and that the island nation has gone 21 days without reporting a single local transmission.


In a daily press conference Sunday afternoon, Health Minister and CECC head Chen Shih-chung said that there were no new coronavirus cases detected in the country today, maintaining the total number of Taiwan’s confirmed COVID-19 cases stands at 432.

Taiwan yesterday, was broke as three new imported cases were announced. Case No.430 had traveled to Australia in February before flying to Japan in March, the Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) said at its daily news conference. The person began feeling a fever and coughing on April 9, but still returned to Taiwan on April 30.

The two other new cases were a couple who had traveled to Senegal for work on Feb. 11. Media reports said they had arrived in Taiwan on an EVA Air flight taking off from Paris on April 30 and arriving at Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport early Friday (May 1), though no immediate confirmation was available.

 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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