2021/9/20  
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China cites harmful organisms as reason to ban Taiwanese sugar apple and wax apple
In a surprise announcement, China has declared an import ban on Taiwan's wax apples and sugar apples, citing harmful organisms. This is the second such announcement since its ban on Taiwanese pineapples in February. The Council of Agriculture says no other countries have made such an allegation against Taiwanese fruits; only China would pick a major holiday like the Mid-Autumn Festival to do so. The COA says it will seek formal channels to consult with China, and if there is no response before ...(more)
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One new domestic case and 11 imports for Sunday
Sunday's COVID numbers stand at one local case and 11 imported cases, 5 of which had already been vaccinated but still ended up as breakthrough infections. The one domestic case is a woman in her 60s who is the mother of case 16227. She tested negative on Sept. 10 while in the hospital, but her daughter visited her and tested positive. On the 17th health authorities retested her and the result ...(more)
Primary care providers concerned about potential for vaccine mix-ups
With a steady stream of imports of AstraZeneca, Moderna and Pfizer COVID vaccines, as well as the locally developed Medigen, several different brands of vaccines will end up being administered at the same time. Moreover, flu shots will begin in October, and that means as many as five different vaccines will be administered simultaneously. This has made primary care providers concerned about the ..(more)
Level 2 alert extended to Oct. 4 and exhibitions allowed with conditions
The Level 2 alert will continue. A two-week extension ending on Oct. 4 was announced for the Level 2 alert by the CECC Sunday. Let's hear from the health minister.

Chen Shih-chung

CECC commander
For this wave, our alert goes till Sept. 20. We are also announcing that from Sept. 21 to Oct. 4, the Level 2 alert will remain in force. For after that we’ll just have to wait see and ..(more)
Chang and Chu butt heads over cross-strait issues in policy debate before KMT chair election
The KMT Chairmanship election will be held on the 25th. On Sunday, the four candidates came together in Central Taiwan for a second round of policy debates. Cross-strait issues were at the center. After being labelled pro-unification, dark horse candidate and former National Taiwan University professor Chang Ya-chung vehemently denied that he was for immediate unification. Meanwhile, more and ..(more)
Lax stalking laws give victims little recourse
Every year in Taiwan, about 8,000 reports of stalking and harassment are filed to police. But in most cases, victims get little help from the law. Under the Social Order Maintenance Act, victims must prove that they tried to dissuade their stalkers. And even if victims ARE able to prove their case, perpetrators can only be punished with a fine of up to NT$3,000. In the current legislative ..(more)

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