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Employee from Quanta is Taiwan's 1st local COVID-19 case in the last 253 days

A contact of a New Zealand pilot who was diagnosed with COVID-19 has tested positive for the coronavirus, the first domestic case reported in Taiwan since April 12, the Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC).

The emoloyee notebook contractor Quanta Computer Inc confirmed that Taiwan's first local domestic case of COVID-19.

Case No. 771, is a woman in her 30s who came in close contact with Case No. 765, the New Zealand pilot who had been associated with a cluster infection of pilots according to health minister and CECC head Chen Shih-chung.

Quanta has comprehensively strengthened its epidemic prevention measures and is also no longer admitting any outside visitors.

Meanwhile, three other imported cases of COVID-19 were also confirmed on Tuesday, all from the Philippines, according to the CECC.



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