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Taiwan health minister visits Taipei 101 showing it is safe for domestic travel


On Taiwan's first day of lifting its mass gatherings restrictions, Sunday (June 7), Health and Welfare Minister Chen Shih-chung visited Taipei 101 proving that the country is safe for domestic travel.


A group elementary school and kindergarten children were all surprised as Chen socialized with them on Taipei 101's observatory deck, CNA reported.

After seeing the cityscape from the deck, Chen said that Taiwan should be more self-confident because it is such a beautiful paradise.

However, Chen reminded the public that although country has loosen its restrictions and that they are all free to go anywhere, wearing of mask, practicing social distancing and personal hygiene must be kept for additional safety.

As of Sunday (June 7), only six patients remain in isolation for COVID-19 in Taiwan. Marking its 55th day of no local transmission last Saturday, Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) announced that it will end its daily COVID-19 press briefings and instead give briefings once a week.
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