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Taiwan announced 2 new COVID-19 cases imported from the Philippines again


Taiwan  reportedtwo new cases of COVID-19 imported from the Philippines for the sscond straight announced by Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC).



Both new cases were Taiwanese citizens who had been working in the Philippines, same case CECC repored yesterday.

Case No. 453 is a woman in her 20s who went to work in the Philippines in December of last year while Case No. 454 is a man in his 40s who went to the Philippines for work in late January of this year. 


Meanwhile, Taiwan has now extended its streak of no new local infections to 100 days, with the last local case being reported on April 8.


Out of the 454 total confirmed cases, 361 were imported, 55 were local, and 36 came from the Navy's "Goodwill Fleet," Taiwan News reported.
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