Two Taipei hospitals fail air quality tests
Taipei, Nov. 25 (CNA) Two hospitals in Taipei have been asked by municipal authorities to quickly improve their indoor air quality or risk a fine after an air quality inspection discovered excessively high bacterial concentration levels in the air at their facilities.
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