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Daily case count below 200 for third consecutive day
Taiwan has reported fewer than 200 local cases for the third day in a row. The daily case count came in at 132 on Tuesday, while COVID deaths fell to the single digits for the first time since the end of May. Health minister Chen Shih-chung says the numbers are moving in “a better direction,” but that it’s still not the time to relax and take risks.

There were 132 new local cases on Tuesday. They were mainly distributed in Northern Taiwan, with 65 in New Taipei and 26 in Taipei. Miaoli ...(more)
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CECC to provide 50 rapid PCR test machines
The CECC says it will provide 50 rapid PCR tests to COVID hotspots across Taiwan, in order to speed up patient diagnosis. A rapid PCR test can produce a result in about 20 minutes, down from more than three hours required by a standard PCR test. The rapid PCR test machines will speed up the diagnosis of COVID patients, so that they can be isolated or treated faster.

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Japan’s AstraZeneca vaccine donation rolls out to older adults
Japan’s donation of AstraZeneca vaccines rolled out in Taiwan on Tuesday. In the first phase of the rollout, about half the donation will be offered to older adults and other priority groups. The first day went without incident in Kaohsiung and Taichung. But in Taipei, there were complaints of long wait times and a lack of social distancing.

Walking into the auditorium, he listens to a ..(more)
Japan considering additional COVID vaccine donations to Taiwan
Japan’s foreign minister announced Tuesday that his country would consider donating more COVID vaccines to Taiwan. The announcement came after Japan said it would send a million AstraZeneca doses to Vietnam on Wednesday.

Motegi Toshimitsu
Japanese foreign minister
We’ll offer Japan-made vaccines to Indonesia, Thailand, the Philippines and Malaysia in early July. After that, we’ll ..(more)
CECC addresses report that 62,000 Taiwanese got vaccinated in China
The Central Epidemic Command Center says there has not been a surge of Taiwanese going to China to get COVID vaccines. Speaking at a Tuesday press conference, CECC deputy chief Chen Tsung-yen said that so far this month, daily outbound traffic to China has stayed steady at levels seen in April. His remarks came after China’s Taiwan Affairs Council announced that 62,000 Taiwanese had gotten COVID ..(more)
Medigen signs MOUs with Vietnam, Paraguay to conduct Phase III trials
Medigen Vaccine Biologics has signed an MOU with Paraguay to conduct a Phase III trial for its COVID-19 vaccine candidate. The company and the foreign ministry confirmed the news on Tuesday.

Voice of Joanne Ou
Foreign ministry spokeswoman
We would be glad to see Medigen Vaccine Biologics and Paraguay’s Universidad Nacional de Asuncion collaborate on public health. Once our domestic ..(more)
Applications open for COVID relief loans and family subsidies
Applications opened Tuesday for the government’s NT$10,000 COVID subsidy for families. Despite minor technical issues, the online application system was mostly able to keep up with the rush of applicants. Also on Tuesday, banks began taking applications for low-interest loans of up to NT$100,000. Five hundred thousand loans will be offered under a three-year term and an interest rate of ..(more)
Tips from a cleaning expert on how to disinfect your home
With schools suspended and more people working from home, it is important to effectively disinfect our homes. What's the best way to do it, and which surfaces should you target? Formosa News reporter Stephany Yang speaks to a cleaning expert to find out how to effectively sanitize your home.

The cleaning expert?recommends disinfecting things that we frequently touch. That includes ..(more)
Small Chinese restaurant in Taipei struggling but staying afloat under Level 3 restrictions
The last month has been catastrophic for Taiwan’s small restaurants. Let’s meet one small restaurateur in Taipei, whose business has almost vanished overnight. With profits just a fifth of what they were before this wave began, Northeast China native Yang Bo never dreamed it would get so tough. But with support from friends and generosity from his landlord, he says his family will stay ..(more)
COVID will make us prioritize health and fitness: gym owner
Level 3 COVID restrictions have shut down gyms across Taiwan. While that’s a major blow for the fitness industry, what impact will it have in the long run? We spoke to one gym owner who says he is confident the sector will bounce back. The pandemic has only strengthened Taiwan’s interest in health, he says. When the time comes for venues to reopen, the desire to get a good workout could be ..(more)

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