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Taiwan announced new COVID-19 case, imported case from the Philippines


Taiwan reports one new case of COVID-19 from a Taiwanese woman who came from the Philippines, confimed by Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) on Thursday (July16).


The 452nd case is a Taiwanese woman in her 30s who move to the Philippines in January this year for working purposes, Taiwan News reported.

The woman tests negative coronavirus antibody test on June 30 but before the woman returns to Taiwan on July 14, she lost her sense of smell which is a symptom of COVID-19.

Meanwhile, Taiwan has extended its consecutive days of no new local infections to 99 days, with the last local case being reported on April 8. 

Taiwan currently has 452 total cases, where 440 have fully recovered and released from isolation with 7 mortalities.
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