CORONAVIRUS/Taiwan sees under 10,000 new COVID-19 cases for first time in over 300 days
Taipei, Feb. 27 (CNA) Taiwan on Monday had its first day with fewer than 10,000 new COVID-19 cases in over 300 days, reporting 7,745 new infections and 44 deaths from the disease, according to the Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC).
The last time Taiwan reported less than 10,000 new COVID-19 cases in a day was April 27, 2022, when there were 8,822 new cases.
The 7,577 new domestic cases reported on Monday represented a drop of 35.8 percent from the same day a week earlier.
To date, Taiwan has recorded 10,033,108 COVID-19 cases and 17,908 deaths from the disease since the pandemic began in early 2020.
The CECC has stopped providing daily information on the age distribution and health status of the deceased as well as the number of vaccine doses they received. It is also no longer releasing daily infection numbers from each of Taiwan's cities and counties.
Feb. 26: Family of girl who dies after receiving BNT vaccine to receive NT$3.5 million
Feb. 23: New COVID vaccination campaign planned in March, annual jab from 2024
Feb. 20: Taiwan to stop COVID-19 rapid test kits to overseas arrivals
Feb. 20: HK visitors eye eateries, night markets as independent travel reopens
Feb. 6: Taiwan begins phasing out Pfizer-BNT as first vaccine shot for minors
Feb. 2: Taiwan's ACIP head predicts regular COVID-19 vaccines won't be necessary
Jan. 18: Expert predicts new wave of COVID subvariants to come, peak in March
Feb. 26: Taiwan reports 13,090 new COVID-19 cases, 46 deaths
Feb. 25: Taiwan surpasses 10 million COVID-19 case threshold
Feb. 24: Taiwan reports 13,440 new COVID-19 cases, 56 deaths
Feb. 23: Taiwan reports 14,387 new COVID-19 cases, 37 deaths
Feb. 22: Taiwan reports 16,484 new COVID-19 cases, 64 deaths
Feb. 21: Taiwan reports 17,253 new COVID-19 cases, 44 deaths
Feb. 20: Taiwan reports 12,060 new COVID-19 cases, 44 deaths
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● Taiwan's eased indoor mask mandate takes effect Feb. 20
● COVID-19 testing for overseas arrivals dropped from Feb. 7 (2023)
● Revised protocol for hospital visits from Dec. 10
● Taiwan to stop paying COVID medical fees for certain foreign nationals
● Taiwan to remove weekly arrival cap on Dec. 10
● Taiwan cuts COVID isolation to 5 days, lifts workplace vaccine mandates (Nov. 14)
● Taiwan to further ease border rules for China, Hong Kong, Macau residents
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