CORONAVIRUS/Taiwan rolls back quarantine rules for contacts of COVID-19 patients

05/07/2022 07:31 PM
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Taipei, May 7 (CNA) People in Taiwan who are identified as contacts of a COVID-19 patient will no longer be required to observe strict quarantine rules, unless they live in the same quarters as the infected person, the Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) said Saturday.


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