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Taiwan reports 2 new imported COVID-19 cases who came from the Philippines once again

Taiwan's Central Epidemic Command Center announced today August 8 two new confirmed cases of imported COVID-19 cases who came from the Philippines once again.

The command center explained that the cases were men in their 60s (case 478) and women in their 60s (case 479), the two are husband and wife who are working in the Philippines.

Of the total 479 confirmed cases in Taiwan, 387 are imported; 55 are indigenous; 36 are naval crew members aboard the Panshi fast combat support ship.

The command center once again reminded that when entering from abroad, if you have fever, cough and other uncomfortable symptoms, you should actively notify the airport and port quarantine personnel and cooperate with epidemic prevention measures

The health bureau or the care centers of counties and cities, and follow the instructions to see a doctor, do not take public transportation; when seeking a doctor, be sure to inform the doctor of travel history, occupation, contact history for timely diagnosis and notification.


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