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Medical worker urge to stop all arrivals in Taiwan as health care under pressure due to imported cases


A Taiwanese medical medical worker suggest that government to consider closing its borders to all arrivals until COVID-19 patients currently in the country have recovered, Taiwan News reported.


The frontliner has expressed concern that the country's medical system will soon be stretched to maximum capacity with continues imported cases.


He pointed out that incoming patients are putting healthcare workers under more pressure every day where he post it in a online forum.


He also said that other countries saw their healthcare systems collapse last year and that Taiwan should try to avoid the same fate.


To date, Taiwan has recorded 870 cases of COVID-19, mostly classified as imported. 


Meanwhile, a total of 10 people linked to a government hospital in Taoyuan have tested positive for COVID-19, including two doctors, four nurses, a migrant caregiver and three family members of two nurses at the hospital.

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2 comments:

  1. I hope no ban la ,only tourist not allowed to entry to Taiwan ,if employment can allowed them 🙏🙏

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  2. I hope no ban la ,only tourist not allowed to entry to Taiwan ,if employment can allowed them 🙏🙏

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