2021/5/14  
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CECC adds 13 domestic cases, suggests recent clusters may be connected
Taiwan officials announced 13 new domestic COVID cases on Thursday, including three hostesses at tea houses in Taipei's Wanhua District. So far this week, local cases have been reported in Wanhua, New Taipei, Yilan County, and Keelung. Officials said Thursday that based on the results of genetic sequencing, it's possible the outbreaks are connected to the same chain of transmission.

Taiwan has seen several local outbreaks this week, and on Thursday added 13 more domestically ...(more)
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Cabinet proposes raising COVID relief budget to NT$630 billion
With the pandemic worsening, the Executive Yuan has proposed a 50% increase to Taiwan's pandemic budget, but the proposal still needs to go to the Legislative Yuan for approval.

If passed, the increase would raise the budget in the Special Act on COVID-19 Prevention, Relief and Restoration from NT$420 billion to NT$630 billion, and extend its deadline to June 2022. The increase is ...(more)
Local outbreak fuels demand for COVID vaccines
Amid the growing local outbreak, there's been a sharp rise in demand for COVID vaccines across the country. In Pingtung County, bookings at vaccine clinics jumped three-fold on Wednesday. In Kaohsiung, one hospital reports that appointments are fully booked until the end of the month.

The nurse gives a gentle admonishment as the needle goes in. Outside the clinic, a long line of people ..(more)
Panic buying strikes again at pharmacies
With local cases surging, panic-buying has set in at pharmacies nationwide. Many pharmacies report that they're sold out of face masks and sanitizer. They're also being quoted higher prices for emergency orders. Let's hear from a pharmacist.

Shen Tsai-ing
Pharmacist
For face masks, I generally purchase from three different distributors. One of them had been selling to me at lower ..(more)
Taipei City councilors cancel engagements to prevent spread of COVID
As transmission of COVID grows, Taipei City councilors have canceled all their public engagements. Independent councilors convened a press conference calling on elected representatives at all levels of government to cancel all nonessential social events. KMT and DPP councilors have also joined the movement to stop the spread of the virus.

Masks are on and placards are up. Taipei City ..(more)
China blasts Taiwan’s foreign minister for ‘stubborn secessionism’
Taiwan's foreign minister Joseph Wu was blasted as a "stubborn secessionist" by a Chinese official on Wednesday. At a routine press conference, Zhu Fenglian of Beijing's Taiwan Affairs Council took issue with the minister's recent media appearances and slammed him for advancing an independence agenda. The spokeswoman also threatened the minister, saying all necessary measures would be taken to ..(more)
Power plant malfunction prompts rolling blackouts nationwide
Rolling blackouts hit Taiwan on Thursday, after an accident at Kaohsiung's Hsinta Power Plant. Four of its generators tripped at 2:37 in the afternoon, according to Taipower. Emergency power outages were imposed in response, affecting at least 4 million households in major cities including Taipei, New Taipei, and Kaohsiung. Let's hear from Taipower.

Chang Ting-shu
Taipower ..(more)
Fast-food chains and cafes implement real-name registration
Taiwan's restaurants are starting to enforce real-name registration at the door, in line with the government's COVID guidance. So far, five fast-food chains have rolled out the measure, along with other safety precautions like social-distanced seating and routine disinfection. Coffee chains like Starbucks and Louisa are also using real-name registration, and offering discounts for takeout ..(more)
Hotels hit by wave of cancellations as COVID caution grows
The hospitality industry has been hit by a wave of cancellations this week, as travelers decide to stay home. Some industry insiders told us that up to 50% of domestic travel bookings have been called off. But the biggest blow is the collapse of demand for wedding banquets. One hotel has lost six figures in one week. Many are offering lengthy extensions on the bookings, an attempt to staunch the ..(more)
Tax filing much easier for riders at Foodpanda than Uber Eats workers
May is here and that means it's time to file your taxes. For drivers who work for food delivery platforms, filing taxes can get complicated. Let's find out how, and hear the experts' take on how to navigate the process.

A food deliveryman delivers a meal to the customer. If you have lots of orders, you can make quite a tidy income. Lots of people now deliver as a full-time job. But all ..(more)
Hydrangeas blooming in Zhuzihu
Taiwan's hydrangea season is just around the corner, and Yangmingshan is a prime location to enjoy the blossoms. Formosa News reporter Stephany Yang takes us there for a splash of color.

Stephany Yang
Formosa News reporter
We are currently at a hydrangea garden at Zhuzihu. The garden is 2,000 ping and filled with 10 varieties of hydrangea flowers.

It's a sea of hydrangeas in ..(more)

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