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175 Domestic Cases Announced, CECC Responds to Claims in Media Alleging Deaths After Vaccination

The CECC announced 175 domestic cases of COVID-19 today, along with 19 deaths. There are increasing reports in the media of sudden deaths that have taken place after COVID-19 vaccination, with 13 deaths claimed to have happened so far. The CECC responded to such reports today, seeing as these were individuals with preexisting conditions and, statistically, 260 individuals over 75 years old pass away every day. This overlaps with the fact that 70,000 to 80,000 individuals over 75 years old are vaccinated every day...

263 Domestic Cases Confirmed with Uptick in Miaoli, Controversy About Taipei Vaccine Distribution Continues

263 domestic cases were announced by the CECC today, with three imported cases, for a total of 266 cases. Cases in Miaoli were again up, as a result of second-round testing among clusters that have broken out among migrant workers at five electronics factories. Taipei mayor Ko Wen-je continues to be embroiled in a controversy regarding vaccine allocation to clinics in Taipei, with news breaking today that vaccines not used in the proper vaccination order were not only distributed to the Good Liver Clinic but clinics operated by the Dianthus Medical Group...

274 Domestic Cases Reported, Vaccination Priority Order Controversy Continues

274 domestic cases of COVID-19 were reported today by the CECC, with one imported case. Controversy about individuals defying the vaccination priority order continues, after the brother of the Yunlin County magistrate was vaccinated despite not being eligible for vaccination, and a clinic in Taipei was found to be vaccinating individuals outside of the current categories for vaccination...