Hospitals, clinics get face mask relief amid dwindling supplies
Taipei, Feb. 11 (CNA) Taiwan's hospitals and clinics began receiving an additional 850,000 medical grade face masks a day on Tuesday to help rebuild depleted stocks amid coronavirus fears that have led to government rationing of the masks.
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