2021/1/24  
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Taiwan adds 2 local cases to Taoyuan hospital cluster
Two more local cases have been added to Taoyuan's hospital cluster, taking the total to 12. One of the new cases is a man in his 90s, who was a patient at Taoyuan General Hospital earlier this month. The second case is one of his family members. Eleven Taoyuan hospitals, including ground zero of the outbreak Taoyuan General, convened a conference on Friday, to coordinate their response to the growing outbreak.

With the hospital cluster growing, the premier went down to Taoyuan on ...(more)
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High-school students sit college entrance test with virus precautions
Taiwan’s main entrance exams got underway on Friday with virus precautions in place due to a recent Taoyuan outbreak. High-school students took subject tests in Mandarin Chinese, English, and social studies, all while wearing face masks. These test-takers included seven teens undergoing home quarantine, home isolation, or self-health management. They were picked up by private cars and sent to ...(more)
Taiwan to be on heightened alert until at least Feb. 4
Northern Taiwan is in a state of heightened alert following the recent cluster infection at Taoyuan General Hospital. Officials have tested hundreds of people and are watching closely for wider community spread. They say they'll need to wait and see for two more weeks before determining the trajectory of the virus. If the case count stays flat all the way to Feb. 4, then Taoyuan may be out of ..(more)
Health chief’s advice gives boost to alcohol disinfectant
There's been a sharp rise in the sale of disinfectant, after Taiwan's health minister said every person should have a bottle at hand. During a press conference on Thursday, Health minister Chen Shih-chung advised carrying hand sanitizer. The very next day, a crush of purchases has left retailers racing to restock.

One pharmacist said nearly 160 bottles and jugs of ethanol were sold over ..(more)
Patients of COVID-19 speak up in support of hospital staff after infections spread
As Taiwan struggles to curb the latest rash of local COVID-19 infections, some are seeking to blame hospital staff, saying safety rules may have been overlooked. But others have come to the defense of the medical professionals working on the front line to contain the disease. Rita, a recovered patient of COVID-19, spoke exclusively to FTV about her gratitude for nurses who went above and beyond ..(more)
Taiwan envoy Hsiao Bi-khim among ‘most important people to watch in 2021’
Taiwan's representative to Washington, Hsiao Bi-khim, has been named one of Bloomberg's "most important people to watch in 2021."

In its list of eight people likely to make waves, Bloomberg noted that Hsiao has been keeping busy since arriving in Washington last July. The former legislator has been penning articles, giving interviews and participating in high-profile panels. Most ..(more)
President Tsai visits site of Chiayi drone hub
President Tsai Ing-wen visited Chiayi on Friday, to inspect the site of a future drone research park. Chiayi's Minsyong Township is to become a national base for drone research, certification and testing. President Tsai said the project will accelerate drone applications for both military and commercial use, and bring more high-tech jobs to the agrarian county.

At Chiayi’s Minsyong ..(more)
First Bank raises baby bonus for staff to NT$100,000
Taiwan's population decreased for the first time ever last year, under the impact of a declining birth rate. One bank is doing its part to lift the nation's fertility rate by doubling its baby bonus for staff.

Tsai Shu-hui
First Bank deputy general manager
We took Taiwan’s declining birth rate into consideration, so we raised our baby bonus to NT$100,000. It is not restricted to ..(more)
Ecology concerns over proposed cable car for Yilan’s Mt. Matcha
After gaining a new moniker from a Japanese photographer, a mountain in Yilan's Wufengqi Scenic Area has become one of the nation's hottest hiking destinations. Now county councilors are suggesting building a cable car, to make the peak more accessible, and cut the number of mountain rescue operations launched each year. But with many saying nature should come first, an environmental impact ..(more)
Plum blossom viewing spots in Shilin ?
It's January, which means it's peak season for plum blossoms, the national flower of Taiwan. With its beautiful blooms appearing in midwinter, the Taiwanese plum blossom is a symbol of resilience through hardship. Formosa News reporter Stephany Yang takes us to Shilin's famous plum blossom viewing spots to see the first plum blossoms of the 2021 floral season.

A large group of visitors ..(more)

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