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Taiwan added 24 cases of COVID-19 infection in just 30 November

Taiwan announced 24 cases of coronavirus infection in 1 day
20 cases came from Indonesia, 4 other cases came from the US, UK and Philippines

Taiwan’s Central Epidemiological Command Center (CECC) on Monday (November 30) announced 24 new import cases of Wuhan coronavirus, of which 20 were from Indonesia.

During a press conference Monday afternoon, Minister of Health and Welfare and CECC head Chen Shih-chung (陳 時 中) announced 24 cases of imported coronavirus infection, bringing the total number of confirmed cases in Taiwan to 676. The latest cases included 20 Indonesians (Case No. 653, Case 655-668, and Case 672-676) and four Taiwanese who returned from the United States (Case 670 and 671), the United Kingdom (Case 654) and the Philippines (Case 669).

On Monday, Chen announced that 20 Indonesian migrant workers have been diagnosed with COVID-19, including 17 women and 3 men between the ages of 20 and 40. Their date of entry into the country ranged from November 20 to November 27.

On November 29, Case No. 674 began to suffer from a sore throat. None of the other 19 Indonesian migrant workers reported experiencing any symptoms of the virus.

In response to the recent sharp increase in the number of Covid infections imported from Indonesia, the CECC on November 27 urged health departments to conduct coronavirus testing on all Indonesian migrant workers being quarantined in Indonesia. quarantine centers. Out of a total of 939 people tested, 916 received a negative result, while 23 tested positive, with three announced on November 29 and 20 confirmed on November 30.

As for cases from other parts of the globe, Chen says case number 654 is a Taiwanese woman in her 20s who came to the UK to attend school in September 2019. Starting November 7, she he begins to develop symptoms of the disease, including runny nose, fever, and loss of smell and taste.

She did not seek medical treatment in the UK On November 11, she underwent a test for coronavirus and was diagnosed with COVID-19 on November 13.

When she returned to Taiwan on November 27, she voluntarily reported to the quarantine officer that she had symptoms of the virus. Quarantine staff tested the woman for coronavirus and she was confirmed to have COVID-19 on November 30.

Case No. 669 is a Taiwanese man in his 30s who left Taiwan in June 2015. On November 16 this year, he had a cough, headache and other symptoms while in the Philippines.

When he returned to Taiwan from the Philippines on November 27, he was tested for the virus but the result was negative. He was examined for a second time on November 28 and positive on November 30.

Health authorities have identified 27 people in contact with the man, including 11 passengers sitting in two rows of seats in front and behind him on the flight. They were asked to initiate home isolation.

Another 16 people contacted the man after his entry and sought medical treatment. One of them was asked to initiate home isolation because they did not wear full equipment, while the remaining 15 were only asked to initiate self-health monitoring as they are considered to have worn protective gear. full.

Chen says Case No. 670 is a Taiwanese man around 30 years old who went to school in the US last August. He returned to Taiwan on November 22 this year.

After his entry, he started work on home isolation. Starting on November 24, he began to experience a cough, runny nose and loss of smell and taste.

On November 27, he informed the medical unit, where it had arranged for him to undergo a coronavirus test and that he was diagnosed with COVID-19 on November 30th. is identifying potential passengers on the same flight that may be related.

Case number 671 is a Taiwanese man in his 50s who has lived in the US for a long time, his most recent departure in July this year. After returning to Taiwan on November 20, he started on home isolation.

However, on November 26, he began to experience a sore throat, cough, and runny nose. On November 27, he informed the medical department where it had been arranged for him to test for coronavirus.

He was diagnosed with COVID-19 on November 30. Since he had been at home for two days before developing symptoms, the health department had not listed any contacts in his case.

CECC on Monday did not release any new reports of people with suspected symptoms. Since the outbreak began, Taiwan has performed 110,332 COVID-19 assays, with 108,689 negative results.

Of the 675 officially confirmed cases, 583 were imported, 55 domestic cases, 36 came from the Navy’s “Goodwill Fleet”, one unresolved and one (the number 530) has been removed as a confirmed case. Up to now, 7 people have been coping with the disease, while 565 people have been discharged from the hospital, and 103 patients are still being treated in Taiwan.

During a press conference Monday afternoon, Minister of Health and Welfare and CECC head Chen Shih-chung (陳 時 中) announced 24 cases of imported coronavirus infection, bringing the total number of confirmed cases in Taiwan to 676. The latest cases included 20 Indonesians (Case No. 653, Case 655-668, and Case 672-676) and four Taiwanese who returned from the United States (Case 670 and 671), the United Kingdom (Case 654) and the Philippines (Case 669).

On Monday, Chen announced that 20 Indonesian migrant workers have been diagnosed with COVID-19, including 17 women and 3 men between the ages of 20 and 40. Their date of entry into the country ranged from November 20 to November 27.

On November 29, Case No. 674 began to suffer from a sore throat. None of the other 19 Indonesian migrant workers reported experiencing any symptoms of the virus.

In response to the recent sharp increase in the number of Covid infections imported from Indonesia, the CECC on November 27 urged health departments to conduct coronavirus testing on all Indonesian migrant workers being quarantined in Indonesia. quarantine centers. Out of a total of 939 people tested, 916 received a negative result, while 23 tested positive, with three announced on November 29 and 20 confirmed on November 30.

As for cases from other parts of the globe, Chen says case number 654 is a Taiwanese woman in her 20s who came to the UK to attend school in September 2019. Starting November 7, she he begins to develop symptoms of the disease, including runny nose, fever, and loss of smell and taste.

She did not seek medical treatment in the UK On November 11, she underwent a test for coronavirus and was diagnosed with COVID-19 on November 13.

When she returned to Taiwan on November 27, she voluntarily reported to the quarantine officer that she had symptoms of the virus. Quarantine staff tested the woman for coronavirus, and she was confirmed to have COVID-19 on November 30.

Case No. 669 is a Taiwanese man in his 30s who left Taiwan in June 2015. On November 16 this year, he had a cough, headache and other symptoms while in the Philippines.

When he returned to Taiwan from the Philippines on November 27, he was tested for the virus but the result was negative. He was examined for a second time on November 28 and positive on November 30.

Health authorities have identified 27 people in contact with the man, including 11 passengers sitting in two rows of seats in front and behind him on the flight. They were asked to initiate home isolation.

Another 16 people contacted the man after his entry and sought medical treatment. One of them was asked to initiate home isolation because they did not wear full equipment, while the remaining 15 were only asked to initiate self-health monitoring as they are considered to have worn protective gear. full.

Chen says Case No. 670 is a Taiwanese man about 30 years old who went to school in the US last August. He returned to Taiwan on November 22 this year.

After his entry, he started work on home isolation. Starting on November 24, he began to experience a cough, runny nose and loss of smell and taste.

On November 27, he informed the medical unit, where it had arranged for him to undergo a coronavirus test and that he was diagnosed with COVID-19 on November 30th. is identifying potential passengers on the same flight that may be related.

Case number 671 is a Taiwanese man in his 50s who has lived in the US for a long time, his most recent departure in July this year. After returning to Taiwan on November 20, he started on home isolation.

However, on November 26, he began to experience a sore throat, cough, and runny nose. On November 27, he informed the medical department where it had been arranged for him to test for coronavirus.

He was diagnosed with COVID-19 on November 30. Since he had been at home for two days before developing symptoms, the health department had not listed any contacts in his case.

CECC on Monday did not release any new reports of people with suspected symptoms. Since the outbreak began, Taiwan has performed 110,332 COVID-19 assays, with 108,689 negative results.

Of the 675 officially confirmed cases, 583 were imported, 55 domestic cases, 36 came from the Navy’s “Goodwill Fleet”, one unresolved and one (the number 530) has been removed as a confirmed case. Up to now, 7 people have been coping with the disease, while 565 people have been discharged from the hospital, and 103 patients are still being treated in Taiwan.

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