COVID-19 in Taiwan

13 Domestic Cases Reported Today, Concentrated in Taoyuan and Kaohsiung

13 domestic cases, 25 imported cases, and zero deaths were reported by the Central Epidemic Command Center today. This represents a second consecutive day in which there were around a dozen or so cases, following 82 domestic cases reported on January 22nd, and 52 domestic cases reported on January 23rd, after the development of clusters among migrant workers in the Farglory Free Trade Zone in Taoyuan...

Vaccine Requirements Introduced for Entertainment Venues, COVID Cases Found in Kaohsiung, Hsinchu

The CECC, which coordinates Taiwan’s response to COVID-19, has announced a new requirement necessitating proof of vaccination for entry to bars, nightclubs, tea parlors with hostess services, and beauty parlors. This is in response to recent weeks that have seen cases return to the double digits, as well as a large number of imported cases...

12 Domestic Cases Reported by CECC, Including Cluster at Factory, With Uptick in Cases in Past Days

The Central Epidemic Command Center, which coordinates Taiwan’s response to COVID-19, announced 12 domestic cases today. 58 imported cases were also reported, along with no deaths. Of particular concern are that four of the cases from today are from an electronics factory in Taoyuan. This occurred due to a previously known case that worked at the Taoyuan International Airport, who transmitted it to her child and husband and friend, who then spread it to four co-workers. The factory has 280 workers, who have all been sent into quarantine, and the factory has halted work...