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Taiwan to donate 10 million masks to COVID-19 stricken countries
President Tsai Ing-wen said Wednesday that Taiwan will donate 10 million face masks to countries severely affected by COVID-19. She made the announcement at a morning press conference at the Presidential Office building. The president said that once Taiwan is able to meet domestic demand, it will provide face masks and other support to countries in need. Tsai said she hoped to demonstrate not only that “Taiwan can help,” but that “Taiwan is helping” as the world confronts the challenges of the ...(more)
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Netherlands, Poland representative offices thank Taiwan for mask donations
Taiwan plans to send one million surgical masks to diplomatic allies, and two million masks to the U.S. Seven million masks will go to 11 European nations hit hardest by the crisis. These countries include the Netherlands and Poland. After Tsai’s announcement on Wednesday, the representative offices of the Netherlands and Poland took to social media to thank Taiwan for helping them at a time of ...(more)
Executive Yuan seeks to ramp up stimulus to NT$1.05 trillion
The Executive Yuan plans to ramp up stimulus spending to an unprecedented NT$1.05 trillion. Following the passage of their first bailout bill, officials are drafting a second package that includes a NT$150 billion special budget, NT$700 billion worth of bank loans, and options to inject more as the pandemic continues. Finance minister Su Jain-rong said Taiwan’s finances were healthy and able to ..(more)
Social distancing and quarantine hotels in spotlight as imported case list grows
Seven new cases of COVID-19 were announced in Taiwan on Wednesday. All of them were travelers returning from the U.S. or U.K. The transportation ministry is trying to encourage more hotels to sign up as quarantine hotels, to ensure that people required to self-isolate can do so effectively. Many struggle to keep self-isolation rules while living at home. Meanwhile, social distancing rules are ..(more)
Concerns over Taiwan Strait as US aircraft carrier grapples with coronavirus
A U.S. aircraft carrier is battling an outbreak of COVID-19. After reporting its first case last week, the captain of the USS Theodore Roosevelt says that more than 100 crew are now infected. The ship has docked in Guam, a key U.S. military base in the western Pacific. An analyst said this development could harm U.S. military readiness and lead to trouble in the Taiwan Strait.

The U.S. ..(more)
Online mask orders again for three days
Face masks are available for online purchase once again. The government’s eMask ordering system opened Wednesday and will be close on Friday at 8 p.m. This is the third round of online orders since the system launched in March. For the first time, each user will be allowed order nine adult masks or 10 children’s masks. And the Executive Yuan is planning more changes to the rationing program. ..(more)
Face masks required on trains, high speed rail and coach buses
With coronavirus cases on the rise, new rules for public transit came into effect Wednesday, just in time for the Tomb Sweeping Festival long weekend. Fever screenings are now required for riders on trains, the high-speed rail, and coach buses. Passengers will also need to wear face masks throughout the journey. These are rules, not guidelines. Violators will be subject to fines.

Some ..(more)
71% of businesses expect COVID-19 impact to outweigh SARS: survey
COVID-19 has wreaked havoc on many Taiwan industries and left their workers on unpaid furlough. Some workers are relying on side gigs to get by, while others have switched to other lines of work. A new job bank survey finds that over 71% of businesses believe the economic toll of COVID-19 will be greater than that of SARS in 2003. Only 8% of surveyed companies said they would pay full wages to ..(more)
Taiwan’s first hot springs bus stop brings coziness to Yilan’s Sanxing Township
Taiwan’s rural landscape is covered with unexpected, thoughtful touches, but perhaps none more so than a newly opened bus stop in Yilan. Some years ago, a sodium bicarbonate spring was unearthed outside a college in Sanxing Township. Now a redesign has created the most relaxing bus stop in the country. Locals and travelers alike can enjoy a little natural pampering while waiting for their bus to ..(more)
Taiwan ranked happiest country in Asia
Taiwan has been ranked the happiest country in East and Southeast Asia in a global happiness report released by the United Nations. The report ranked Taiwan 25th in the world among 153 countries, ahead of all countries in the region. Formosa News reporter Stephany Yang asks the locals what makes Taiwan such a happy place to live.

What is happiness? Everyone has a different answer to that ..(more)

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