South Taiwan citizens put on coronavirus alert after cruise ship visit
Kaohsiung, Feb. 17 (CNA) Taiwan officials on Monday cautioned residents and people who had visited Kaohsiung and Tainan on Feb. 4 to monitor their heath closely, in the wake of one confirmed case of the novel coronavirus virus (COVID-19) among the tourists that visited southern Taiwan on a cruise liner Feb. 4.
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